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ORDER NO.

CRT2901

GX470
AUDIO SYSTEM
HEAD UNIT
PRODUCED PIONEER MODEL
VEHICLE DESTINATION TOYOTA PARTS No. ID No.
AFTER No.

LEXUS GX470 U.S.A., CANADA November 2002 86120-60490 P6822 FX-MG8527ZT/UC

LEXUS GX470 U.S.A., CANADA November 2002 86120-60490 P6822 FX-MG8527ZT-91/UC

LEXUS GX470 U.S.A., CANADA November 2002 86120-60480 P6821 FX-MG8727ZT/UC

LEXUS GX470 U.S.A., CANADA November 2002 86120-60480 P6821 FX-MG8727ZT-91/UC

Manufactured for TOYOTA


by PIONEER CORPORATION PUB.NO.CRT2901
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For details, refer to "Important symbols for good services".

FX-MG8527ZT/UC (P6822) FX-MG8727ZT/UC (P6821)

This service manual should be used together with the following manual(s):
Model No. Order No. Mech.Module Remarks

CX-951 CRT2872 G2 CD Mech. module: Circuit Description, Mech. Description, Disassembly

CX-1011 CRT2406 3L Cassette Mech. module: Mech. Description, Disassembly


D

-Dolby noise reduction manufactured under license from Dolby Laboratories Licensing Corporation.
"Dolby" and the double-D symbol are trademarks of Dolby Laboratories Licensing Corporation.

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SAFETY INFORMATION
- CD section precaution A
1. Before disassembling the unit, be sure to turn off the 2. To protect the pickup unit from electrostatic dis-
power. Unplugging and plugging the connectors dur- charge during servicing, take an appropriate treat-
ing power-on mode may damage the ICs inside the ment (shorting-solder) by referring to “the DISAS-
unit. SEMBLY” on page 82.

3. After replacing the pickup unit, be sure to check the


grating. (See page 72)

This service manual is intended for qualified service technicians; it is not meant for the casual do-it-yourselfer.
Qualified technicians have the necessary test equipment and tools, and have been trained to properly and safely
B
repair complex products such as those covered by this manual.
Improperly performed repairs can adversely affect the safety and reliability of the product and may void the warranty
If you are not qualified to perform the repair of this product properly and safely, you should not risk trying to do so
and refer the repair to a qualified service technician.

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[ Important symbols for good services ]


In this manual, the symbols shown-below indicate that adjustments, settings or cleaning should be made securely.
When you find the procedures bearing any of the symbols, be sure to fulfill them:
A
1. Product safety
You should conform to the regulations governing the product (safety, radio and noise, and other regulations), and
should keep the safety during servicing by following the safety instructions described in this manual.

2. Adjustments
To keep the original performances of the product, optimum adjustments or specification confirmation is indispensable.
In accordance with the procedures or instructions described in this manual, adjustments should be performed.

3. Cleaning
B For optical pickups, tape-deck heads, lenses and mirrors used in projection monitors, and other parts requiring cleaning,
proper cleaning should be performed to restore their performances.

4. Shipping mode and shipping screws

To protect the product from damages or failures that may be caused during transit, the shipping mode should be set or
the shipping screws should be installed before shipping out in accordance with this manual, if necessary.

5. Lubricants, glues, and replacement parts


Appropriately applying grease or glue can maintain the product performances. But improper lubrication or applying
glue may lead to failures or troubles in the product. By following the instructions in this manual, be sure to apply the
prescribed grease or glue to proper portions by the appropriate amount.For replacement parts or tools, the prescribed
ones should be used.
C

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CONTENTS
SAFETY INFORMATION......................................................................................................................................3
1. SPECIFICATIONS .............................................................................................................................................6
A
2. EXPLODED VIEWS AND PARTS LIST.............................................................................................................7
2.1 PACKING(FX-MG8527ZT-91/UC,MG8727ZT-91/UC).................................................................................7
2.2 EXTERIOR .................................................................................................................................................8
2.3 CD MECHANISM UNIT(1)........................................................................................................................10
2.4 CD MECHANISM UNIT(2)........................................................................................................................12
2.5 CASSETTE MECHANISM MODULE .......................................................................................................14
3. BLOCK DIAGRAM AND SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM ..........................................................................................17
3.1 BLOCK DIAGRAM(1) ...............................................................................................................................17
3.2 BLOCK DIAGRAM(2) ...............................................................................................................................18
3.3 OVERALL CONNECTION DIAGRAM(GUIDE PAGE) ..............................................................................20
3.4 KEYBOARD UNIT ....................................................................................................................................26
3.5 CD MECHANISM MODULE(GUIDE PAGE) .............................................................................................28
B
3.6 CASSETTE MECHANISM MODULE .......................................................................................................38
4. PCB CONNECTION DIAGRAM ......................................................................................................................40
4.1 MAIN UNIT ...............................................................................................................................................40
4.2 KEYBOARD UNIT ....................................................................................................................................44
4.3 CD MECHANISM MODULE .....................................................................................................................46
4.4 CASSETTE MECHANISM MODULE .......................................................................................................52
5. ELECTRICAL PARTS LIST .............................................................................................................................54
6. ADJUSTMENT ................................................................................................................................................64
6.1 CONNECTION DIAGRAM........................................................................................................................64
6.2 AUDIO, TUNER ADJUSTMENT ...............................................................................................................67
6.3 TEST MODE .............................................................................................................................................69
6.4 CD ADJUSTMENT ...................................................................................................................................70
C
6.5 CHECKING THE GRATING AFTER CHANGING THE PICKUP UNIT.....................................................72
6.6 TEST MODE(CD) .....................................................................................................................................74
6.7 AVC-LAN DIAGNOSIS MODE..................................................................................................................78
7. GENERAL INFORMATION .............................................................................................................................82
7.1 DIAGNOSIS..............................................................................................................................................82
7.1.1 DISASSEMBLY......................................................................................................................................82
7.1.2 PCB LOCATIONS ..................................................................................................................................87
7.1.3 CONNECTOR FUNCTION DESCRIPTION ..........................................................................................88
7.2 PARTS ......................................................................................................................................................89
7.2.1 IC ...........................................................................................................................................................89
7.2.2 DISPLAY ................................................................................................................................................96
7.3 EXPLANATION .........................................................................................................................................97 D
7.3.1 SYSTEM BLOCK DIAGRAM .................................................................................................................97
7.3.2 OPERATIONAL FLOW CHART .............................................................................................................98
7.4 NOTES ON SERVICING ..........................................................................................................................99
7.4.1 CLEANING ............................................................................................................................................99
7.4.2 FACTORY SETTINGS ...........................................................................................................................99
8. OPERATIONS ...............................................................................................................................................100

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1. SPECIFICATIONS
General

A
Power source . . . . . 13.2V(10.5V–16.0V allowable) DC
Grounding system . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Negative type
Backup current . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 0.3mA or less
Dimensions . . . . . . . . . 228(W) x134(H) x194(D)mm
Weight . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2.6kg

Cassette player
Tape . . . . . . . . . . . Compact cassette tape(C30-C90)
Tape speed. . . .4.76cm/sec.(+0.14cm/sec., -0.05cm/sec.)
B Wow and flutter . . . . . . . . . . . 0.2% or less(WRMS)
Crosstalk . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 40dB or less
Stereo Separation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 30dB or more
S/N . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 40dB or more
Distortion. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3% or less

CD player
System . . . . . . . . . . . . . Compact disc audio system
Usable discs . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Compact disc
C Signal format . . . . . . . . .Sampling frequency : 44.1kHz
. . . . . . . . . . . . . .Number of quantization : 16;linear
S/N . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 65dB or more
Distortion. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 0.3% or less

FM tuner
Frequency range . . . . . . . . . . 87.75, 87.9–107.9 MHz
S/N . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 46dB or more(54dBµ input)
Distortion. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1.5% or less
D IF interference . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 80dB or more
Image interference . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 35dB or more
Stereo Separation . . . . . . . . . . . 25dB or more(1kHz)

AM tuner
Frequency range . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 530–1,710 kHz
S/N 20dB usable sensibility . . . . . . . . . 34dBµ or less
S/N . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 42dB or more
Distortion. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1.5% or less
E IF interference . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 55dB or more
Image interference . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 45dB or more

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2. EXPLODED VIEWS AND PARTS LIST


NOTES : • Parts marked by " * " are generally unavailable because they are not in our Master Spare Parts List. A
• Screw adjacent to mark on the product are used for disassembly.
"
• For the applying amount of lobricants or glue, follow the instructions in this manual.
(In the case of no amount instructions,apply as you think it appropriate.)
2.1 PACKING(FX-MG8527ZT-91/UC,MG8727ZT-91/UC)

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PACKING(FX-MG8527ZT-91/UC,MG8727ZT-91/UC) SECTION PARTS LIST
Mark No. Description Part No.
* 1 Air Cap CHW1945
* 2 Air Cap CHW1948
3 Cover CEG1045
4 Polyethylene Bag CEG1174
5 Carton CHG4861

6 Contain Box CHL4861

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2.2 EXTERIOR

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(1)EXTERIOR SECTION PARTS LIST


Mark No. Description Part No. Mark No. Description Part No.
1 Screw BMZ26P040FMC 41 Button(EJECT) CAC7189
2 Connector CDE6732 42 Button(LOAD) CAC7190 A
3 ••••• 43 Button(1,2) CAC7191
4 Screw BMZ20P025FMC 44 Button(3,4) CAC7192
5 Screw BMZ26P040FMC 45 Button(5,6) CAC7193

6 Screw(M2x2.5) CBA1076 46 Button(SCAN,TEXT) CAC7194


7 Spring(Silver) CBH2481 47 Button(SEEK,TRACK) CAC7197
8 Spring(Black) CBH2482 48 Button(RDS,TYPE) CAC7198
9 Connector CDE7020 49 Button(AM) CAC7198
10 Connector CDE7035 50 Button(FM) CAC7200

51 Button(TAPE) CAC7201 B
11 Case CNB2705
12 Sheet CNM5981 52 Button(DISC) CAC7202
13 Damper CNV6608 53 Lighting Conductor CNV6895
14 Control Unit(G2T) CWX2649 54 Holder CNV6898
15 Connector(CN601) CKS1956 55 Holder CNV6899

16 Connector(CN101) CKS4512 56 Holder CNV6956


17 Service Mechanism Unit(G2T) CXX1658 57 Keyboard Unit CWS1342
18 Frame CNC9638 58 LCD(LCD901) CAW1700
19 Insulator CNM7496 59 Connector(CN901) CKS4361
20 Spacer CNM8078 60 Holder CNC9700
C

21 Label CRW1425 61 Sheet CNM7733


22 Main Unit See Contrast table(2) 62 Seal CNM7771
23 Screw BMZ30P060FMC 63 Rubber CNV6892
24 Screw(M3x6) CBA1393 64 Lighting Conductor CNV6894
25 Connector(CN801) CKM1322 65 Connector CNV7498

26 Connector(CN473) CKM1350 66 Grille Unit See Contrast table(2)


27 Connector(CN472) CKM1351 67 Screw BPZ20P060FZK
28 Plug(CN354) CKS-291 68 Door See Contrast table(2)
29 Connector(CN353) CKS3568 69 Spring CBH2663
D
30 Connector(CN351) CKS3886 70 Door Assy CXC1348

31 Connector(CN804) CKS4361 71 Knob Unit CXB8819


32 Connector(CN501) CKX1064 72 Button Assy(EJECT) CXB8830
33 Holder CNC9639 73 Button Assy(TRAF) CXB8831
34 Holder CNC9701 74 Shield Unit CXB9781
35 FM/AM Tuner Unit CWE1630 75 Cassette Mechanism Module EXK4295

36 Holder CNC8855 76 Screw IMS26P040FMC


37 Terminal(CN802,CN803) VNF1084 77 Screw ISS26P060FMC
38 Chassis Unit CXB8029 78 Transistor(Q809,811,812) 2SB1185
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39 Chassis Unit CXB7841 79 Bracket Unit CXB8082
40 Screw BPZ20P080FMC 80 Label CRW1429

(2) CONTRAST TABLE


FX-MG8527ZT/UC and FX-MG8727ZT/UC are constructed the same except for the following:
Mark NO Symbol and Description FX-MG8527ZT/UC FX-MG8727ZT/UC
22 Main Unit CWM8064 CWM8582
66 Grille Unit CXC1344 CXC1343
68 Door CAT2300 CAT2295
F

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2.3 CD MECHANISM UNIT(1)


1
A

1
3

3 3
1
1

C 1
3
3
3
F
3

3 3
3

1
1

D 2
1
1
1 1:GEM1043
3
2:GEM1042
F 3:GEM1024

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CD MECHANISM UNIT(1) SECTION PARTS LIST


Mark No. Description Part No. Mark No. Description Part No.
1 Screw BMZ20P020FZB
2 Screw BMZ20P025FMC 51 Gear CNV6634 A
3 Screw(M2x2) CBA1556 52 Gear CNV6635
4 Screw(M2x2.5) CBA1557 53 PCB Unit(LED) CWX2614
5 Screw(M2x2.5) CBA1577 * 54 Connector(CN31) CKS4523
55 Motor Unit(-B)(M2) CXB7526
6 Screw(M2x4.5) CBA1607
7 Spring CBH2460 56 Screw JFZ20P020FMC
8 Spring CBH2461 * 57 Arm Unit CXB7747
9 Spring CBH2484 58 Bracket Unit CXB7811
10 Spring CBH2485 * 59 Lever Unit CXB8653
* 60 Lever Unit CXB8724
B
11 Spring CBH2486
12 Spring CBH2487 * 61 Lever Unit CXB8824
13 Spring CBH2500 62 Arm Assy CXB8822
14 Connector CDE6698 63 Washer CBF1038
15 Collar CLA3994 64 Spring CBH2489
65 Arm CNV6735
16 Collar CLA4039
17 Collar CLA4248 66 Bracket Unit CXB7519
18 Gear CNC9222 67 Screw BMZ20P025FMC
* 19 Cam Gear CNC9223 68 Spring CBH2459
20 Frame CNC9225 69 Volume(VR1) CCW1023
70 Bracket CNC9226 C

21 Steer CNC9669
22 Arm CNC9242 71 Steer CNC9235
23 Bracket CNC9403 72 Flexible PCB CNP6368
* 24 Bracket CNC9408 73 PCB Unit(SIDE) CWX2613
* 25 Lever CNC9953 74 Connector(CN12) CKS3991
* 75 Connector(CN14) CKS4404
26 Gear CNV6612
27 Holder CNV6648 76 Connector(CN13) CKS4525
28 Holder CNV6738 77 Connector(CN11) CKS4572
* 29 Chassis Unit CXB6873 78 Lever Unit CXB6883
D
* 30 Frame Unit CXB6875 * 79 Lever Unit CXB9121
* 80 Lever Unit CXB9122
* 31 Arm Unit CXB6887
32 Spring CBH2488 81 Screw JFZ20P020FMC
33 Holder Unit CXB6877 82 Washer CBF1037
34 Holder Unit CXB6884
35 Tray Unit CXB6930

36 Lever Unit CXB6934


* 37 Lever Unit CXB6936
38 Lever Unit CXB6938 E
* 39 Lever Unit CXB6939
40 Cam Motor Assy CXB7522

41 Washer CBF1064
42 Gear CNV6610
43 Gear CNV6611
44 Motor Unit(-A)(M1) CXB9726
45 Screw JFZ20P020FMC

46 Washer YE20FUC
47 ELV Motor Assy CXB7523 F
48 Screw BMZ20P025FMC
49 Washer CBF1064
50 Holder CNC9799
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2.4 CD MECHANISM UNIT(2)

2
1
B

1
1
H
C

1:GEM1043
2:GEM1042
1

1
E

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CD MECHANISM UNIT(2) SECTION PARTS LIST


Mark No. Description Part No. Mark No. Description Part No.
1 Carriage Mech. Assy(G2T) CXB8842
2 Screw(M2x2) CBA1556 51 Screw JFZ20P020FMC A
3 Screw(M2x6) CBA1582 52 PU Unit(PX1)(Service) CXX1569
4 Washer CBF1038 * 53 Gear CNV6620
5 Spring CBH2453 * 54 Gear CNV6621
55 Switch(S1,2) CSN1057
6 Spring CBH2480
7 Spring CBL1521 * 56 Connector CDE6674
* 8 Guide CNC9402
9 Flexible PCB CNP6217
10 Holder CNV6624

B
11 Holder CNV6625
12 Rack CNV6642
13 Arm CNV6731
14 Lever CNV6736
15 Holder CNV6737

16 PCB Unit CWX2611


17 Connector(CN41) CKS3785
18 Connector(CN42) CKS4508
19 Connector(CN1) CKS4508
20 Support Wheel Unit CXB8486
C

21 Screw Unit(-A) CXB7518


22 Carriage Motor Assy CXB7521
23 Washer CBF1038
24 Belt CNT1088
25 Pulley CNV6627

26 Gear CNV6629
27 Motor Unit(-A)(M3) CXB7517
28 Screw JFZ14P020FMC
29 Loading Mech. Assy CXB7525
D
30 Washer CBF1037

* 31 Washer CBF1075
* 32 Spring CBH2450
33 Spring CBH2452
* 34 Spring CBH2457
* 35 Spring CBH2580

* 36 Frame CNC9228
* 37 Arm CNC9229
* 38 Sheet CNM7295 E
39 Roller CNV6616
40 Collar CNV6617

* 41 Guide CNV6622
* 42 Holder CNV6636
* 43 Lever CNV6732
* 44 Lever CNV6733
45 Collar CNV6734

* 46 Holder CNV7144
47 Screw JFZ12P018FMC F
48 Washer CBF1037
* 49 Motor Unit(-C) CXB7529
50 Shaft Unit(-B) CXB7528
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2.5 CASSETTE MECHANISM MODULE


For grease application, refer to the service manual for CX-1011 (CRT2406).
A

D
I

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CASSETTE MECHANISM MODULE SECTION PARTS LIST


Mark No. Description Part No. Mark No. Description Part No.
1 Screw BSZ20P040FMC
2 Washer CBF1037 51 Lever Unit EXA1587 A
3 Washer CBG1003 52 Gear Unit EXA1596
4 Screw EBA1028 53 Motor Unit(M2) EXA1623
5 Screw CBA1037 54 Washer HBF-179
55 Spring EBH1537
6 Spring EBH1653
7 Spring EBH1642 56 Worm Gear ENV1564
8 Spring EBH1641 57 Spring EBH1655
9 Spring EBH1626 58 Lever ENC1548
10 Spring EBH1627 59 Washer YE15FUC
60 Tube ENM1039
B
11 Spring EBH1648
12 Cord EDD1024 61 Spring EBH1645
13 Photo-reflector(Q101) EGN1004 62 Spring EBH1545
14 Arm ENC1526 63 Sensor Unit EWM1041
15 Lever Unit EXA1610

16 Lever ENC1543
17 Arm ENC1532
18 Frame ENC1533
19 Holder ENC1547
20 Gear ENC1535
C

21 Arm ENC1550
22 Roller ENR1040
23 Belt ENT1027
24 Collar ENV1508
25 Arm ENV1539

26 Arm ENV1540
27 Gear ENV1569
28 Gear ENV1547
29 Gear ENR1044
D
30 Worm Wheel ENV1559

31 Lever ENV1551
32 Flywheel ENV1554
33 Gathering PCB ENX1073
34 Switch(S101,S102,S103) ESG1007
35 Deck Unit EWM1043

36 Plug(CN251) CKS3540
37 Gathering PCB ENX1076
38 Motor Unit(M1) EXA1618 E
39 Motor EXM1035
40 Head Assy(HD1) EXA1594

41 Arm ENC1537
42 Screw JGZ20P025FNI
43 Bracket ENC1559
44 Chassis Unit EXA1636
45 Pinch Holder Unit EXA1608

46 Pinch Roller ENV1518


47 Pinch Holder Unit EXA1607 F
48 Pinch Roller ENV1518
49 Reel Unit EXA1625
50 Head Base Unit EXA1611
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3. BLOCK DIAGRAM AND SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM


3.1 BLOCK DIAGRAM(1)
A

F
PU UNIT(SERVICE)(PX1)
G PCB UNIT PCB UNIT(SIDE)

MD CN41 CN12 CN11


23 MD 23
10 23
LD+ LD+
2 14 14 32
MD LD
LD- LD-
1 13 13 33

A+C,B+D,
HOLOGRAM E,F
UNIT

FO+ FOP
FOCUS ACT 16 28 28 18
TO+ TOP
TRACKING ACT 14 26 26 20

B
H PCB UNIT(M2 UNIT)
MOTOR
DRIVER CN1 CN42
SPINDLE
2
A3 19 SIN(EC)
3 A2
M 5 A1
EC 5 5 6 6 40

IC 1
BA6849FS

S2 CLAMP CLAMP CLAMP


2 2 9 9 36

S1 HOME HOME HOME


1 1 10 10 37

S41 LOAD3
1 1
LOADSW2
45
C
S11 CAMCLMP
M3 CARRIAGE 50 CN101
COP
11 11 34
M COM
12 12 35
C
M1 CAMGEAR
CGM
3
M CGP
1

M2 ELV CN31 CN14


ELP
1 1 15
M ELM
2 2 13

S32 CAMEOK

D S31 CAMLOAD
5 5
CAMOK

CAMLOAD
11

PCB UNIT 7 7 10
LED
(LED) 8 8 12

D31 D32

D
VR11

ELVSNS
VR1 ELV SENSE 46

EREF
48

E Q22 Q21
2
CN13
LOADPHT
7

PCB UNIT S21 LOAD1

(LOAD) 1 LOADSW1
8
S22 LOAD2

LOADING
LOP
4 6
M LOM
5 5

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3.2 BLOCK DIAGRAM(2)

A
FM/AM TUNER UNIT
FM/AM 1ST IF 10.7MHz MPXREF 41kHz
AMRF T51 Q51 CF51 CF52 CF53 AMDET
AMANT
28 ATT L ch TUNL
IC 2 FM MPX 6
R ch
5
AMIN
20
CN501
ANT ADJ IC1 COMP
21
MAIN ANTENNA MIXER, IF AMP, DET. LDET
LDET
18
FMANT 8
SUB ANTENNA 27 ATT
RFGND
26 FMRF 20 IC252 5 RDT

CF202 PM4009A
RBDS
DECODER 11 12
AM 2ND IF X901 IC 3
IMG ADJ EEPROM X251
450kHz 10.25MHz

FMLOCL
AMPNS

AMDET
STIND
SDBW
DGND

FMSD
DI/DO
CREQ
VDD
RF ADJ

VCC

NL1
NL2
CE2

CE1
WC
B

CK

SL
LOCH LOCL
23 25 7 17 22 10 19 14 24 11 12 15 16 8 13 2 3 4 1 9
AM NOISE CANCELER Q561
AUDIO+B
SWVDD 3 IC561 9 AM
HA12181FP
MFIX FMSD FMSD
13 Q501
5
SUB IC 501 NIN 1 COMP
6 LA1061M
MAIN
DIVERSITY
C CONTROL UNIT(G2T)
CN101 10 V+5 CN501
96 16
23 PD L-OUT 3
LOUT
3.3V - 5V CONVERTER 3V Q602
97 22
32 LD
34 3 1,2 15 VD
LRCKIN ZLRCK Q603
Q101 32 6 5,6 14 CN351
SCKIN IC504(1/2) ZSCK CD MUTE
33 IC 201 Q351
UPD63711GC TC74VHCT08AFT
Q601
16
A+C,B+D,E,F CD CONTROL IC501
SM5903BFP
5V - 3.3V CONVERTER
C 18 IC505(1/2) SHOCK PROOF BUFFER RAM
TC74VHC541FT CONTROLLER
20 DOUT,LRCK, IC507
SCKO,RADV, MSM51V17400F6TFT
SBSY

ZSENSE
SERVO EQUALIZER OUTPUT

21
9,10
SERVO DSP I/F
XSI,XSO,XSCK,XSTB,XAO,XRST,FOK,LOCK, IC504(2/2) IC505(2/2)
TSI,TSO,TSCK,TSTB,PACK,SBSY TC74VHCT08AFT TC74VHC541FT
FD,TD,SD,MD

40
8 YMDATA,
YMLD,
YMCLK
98 14 VDD

14 VD ZSENSE VCC2
74
29 9 CDMUTE
18 MUTE CONT
36 OUT1+
15 BSI,BSO,BSCK,BRXEN,BSRQ,BRST
OUT2-
37 26
OPOUT MOTOR CONTROL 10 RESET
COP 19 reset 9 10
OUT3+ 3+3ch ELV1,ELV2,ELVCONT,LD1,LD2,
COM 20 LOCONT,CG1,CG2 37 VDCONT VDCNT2
45 OUT3- DRIVER IC702 VDCONT 6 13

50
ELP 2 OUT5- IC 301 PD5748C
D 34
ELM 3 OUT5+ BD7962FM MECH. VDIN
94
VD
LOP 21 CLAMP 72 HOME2 8
35 OUT4+ CONTROLLER VDD 11
LOM 22
F CGM 34
OUT4-
OUT6+
HOME 79
LOADSW2 82
HOME
LOADSW2
CGP 35 CAMCLMP 23
OUT6- CAMCLMP
CN11 ELVSNS 91
ELVSENS
EREF 92
3 EREFF
CAMOK 21 CAMOK
1
CAMLOAD 22 CAMLOAD
LOADPHT 89 LOADPHT
LOADSW1 81 LOADSW1

TEMP VD
15 VD 17 2 CD9V
13 92
5V REGULATOR 18 1
3V REGULATOR
1 IC 302 4 IC 303
3V BA05SFP
S-818A33AUC-BGN 5 2

11
V+5
10

12 VD I DECK UNIT
E
CN252 CN353
CN251
1 4 4 AUDIO+B
FWD EQ AMP 5 TAPE+B
46
L-ch 37 Q361
38 IC251 7 CSL
5 3 3
48 REV 39 HA12216F Lch
L-ch
4
7 18 17
CN254 MUTE
9
M2
SUB M 2 MECHANISM
8 B.U
MOTOR 1 DRIVER18 20 20 BU
19
5 17 STBY 19
19
2 IC351
1 PA2020A
6 MTL
M1 CN255 8 8
5
MAIN M 8 7 10 LOAD
11
MOTOR 11
CN253
3 1 5 4 6

F CN256
3 1 5 4 6
J SENSOR UNIT Q101
REEL
SENSE

S102 S103 S101


MODE 70µs LOAD

18 FX-MG8527ZT/UC
1 2 3 4
5 6 7 8

A
BALANCE TO UNBALANCE CONVERTER
LANL 7 IC201 5
TUNER NJM2068MD
SELECTOR
MIXING AMP
TUNL 2 IC401 1 2 UNBALANCE TO BALANCE CONVERTER
IC202
NJM2068MD
TC4052BF Q204
1 3 6 IC203 7 6 IC204 7
CSL NJM2068MD NJM2068MD
4
CDL 5
Q205
LDET
SELECTOR
2 UNBALANCE TO BALANCE CONVERTER
IC302
RDT 1 TC4052BF Q304
3 6 IC303 7 6 IC304 7 CN472
4 NJM2068MD NJM2068MD

5
Q305

Q865 Q867
SLD1
SWVDD
RSR+

Q864 Q866 GND

SW1
RSR-

RSL+
B
SW2 RSL-

TX1 rmut

TX1 ADIM
FMSD
AUDIO+B
Q563(1/2) CN473
SYSTEM
FMSD 1 CONTROLLER FMB SGND GND
FMSD ISENS
IC 601(1/2) Q805 R
LDET 19 Q564(1/2) isens
ldet PD5732A R TX
DI/DO 32
PDI L TX
31
PDO BSENS
CE2 11 L ACC+B
PCE2 bsens Q806
CK 33 BU
pck mute BU+B
CE1 34 PCE1
Q563(2/2)
SL 93
SL ASENS
RDT 44 AMB
RDT asens Q807

Q564(2/2) +B ACC
BU
CN351
Q351 ILL ILL-

6 AMP ANT
AVC-LAN BUS DRIVER
TX 1 IC701 6
RX 2 HA12187FP 5
TX+ TX-
8 AVC-LAN MUTE
RESET
IPPW
MUTE
Q801 C
mute
1 IC 602 2
RESET VDD R+ R-
S-80735ANDZI
L+ L-

12 SLD GND
RESET 42
AMPW 41
FMPW CN801
15 52
XIN sysmute
53
sysmute@ ANT+B Q451
X601
75
13 bsens
XOUT 73
asens AMB
65 Q452
isens
FMB
Q453
30
TX
29 RX
RX1
21
RX2
22
IPPW
XOUT 56
LANMUTE
Q721
57
0 RESET ADIM SWVDD
VDCNT2 SYSTEM
3 CONTROLLER
A
IC 601(2/2)
PD5732A Q722 D
1 VDD 4
LAMP
VDD5V REG.
43
SYSPWR IC870 Q811
B
S-81256SGUP-DIM
3
VDD
SWVDD BU
Q645 Q870 Q813
80 55 Q812
stby SWVDD Q644
BU
3
BLIGHT A VDCONT2 B
Q809 SYSPWR Q808
BU

81 Q820 Q819
69 power
2 CD9V metal CD9V
83 Q814 AUDIO+B
71 ENC1-
CSLOAD 82 Q816
ENC1+

85
ENC2- Q818
ENC2+ 84

cdej csej
Q815 Q802
ENC2M

ENC1M

20 74
ENC2P

ENC1P

LCDBL
pwr

ILLB

CN804 CD 9V REGULATOR AUDIO +B REGULATOR


17 23 21 22 19 20 18 14,15 9 1011

E
CN901
17 23 21 22 19 20 18 14,15 9 1011
A MAIN UNIT

CDEJ CSEJ

IC 901 3 CDILLG VR902 VR901


AUDIO•TUNE PWR•VOL
LC75804W 4 CDILLR
KEY CONTROLLER 1 ILLCONT KST2
LCD DRIVER KDT1

Q901
ILLB
KEY
MATRIX

Q902
LCD901
Q903

Q905 Q907

Q904

Q908
F

B KEYBOARD UNIT

FX-MG8527ZT/UC 19
5 6 7 8
1 2 3 4

3.3 OVERALL CONNECTION DIAGRAM(GUIDE PAGE)


Note: When ordering service parts, be sure to refer to " EXPLODED VIEWS AND PARTS LIST" or
A "ELECTRICAL PARTS LIST".

A-a A-b
Large size
SCH diagram
A-a
FM/AM ANTENNA FM/AM TUNER UNIT
FM:-24.0dBs(30%,400Hz)
1 AM:-11.7dBs(30%,400Hz)
4
5

3
2

A-a A-b Guide page

A-a A-b Detailed page 4


2

B 5

RBDS DECODER
5

2
4 1
2 5
3
3 6

FM DIVERSITY

CD:+3.8dBs(0dB,1kHz)

NC

NC
NC

D NC
NC

C CN501
SYSTEM CONTROLLER NC
NC
NC
NC
NC

TAPE:-7.5dBs(0dB,1kHz)
I CN251

1 4
5 2

6 3
F
B CN901

A
20 FX-MG8527ZT/UC
1 2 3 4
5 6 7 8

UC FX-MG8527ZT/UC
UC/ML FX-MG8727ZT/UC
A-b
A MAIN UNIT

UNBALANCE
AUDIO TO BALANCE
SELECTOR CONVERTER
FOR AMP
SYSTEM MUTE
4
2 2
2
3 5 5

4 4
6
5

1 3 3
B
1 1

ODER
5 4 2
6 FM : -14.4dBs
3 1
AM(UC) : -14.8dBs
AM(UC/ML) : -11.5dBs
CD : -1.4dBs
TAPE : -7.5dBs
4 1
0R0(UC)
2 5

3 6 4
UNBALANCE
2 AUDIO TO BALANCE
SELECTOR CONVERTER
1 3 FOR RSA
5
SYSTEM MUTE
6

2 2
5 5

4 4

C
3 3

1 1

2
4
1

6 5

>

FM: -3.8dBs
AM: -7.7dBs
CD:+8.4dBs
TAPE: -1.8dBs

350µH

ILL BACKUP ACC FM : -4.6dBs


SENSE SENSE SENSE AM(UC) : -5.0dBs
4 4 AM(UC/ML) : -5.8dBs
2 2 CD : +8.4dBs
1
TAPE : +2.3dBs
1
3 3
5 NOTE :
5
Symbol indicates a resistor. The > mark found on some component parts indicates
Decimal points for resistor
6 6
No differentiation is made between chip resistors and and capacitor fixed values
the importance of the safety factor of the part.
Therefore, when replacing, be sure to use parts of
F
discrete resistors. are expressed as :
identical designation.
Symbol indicates a capacitor. 2.2 ← 2R2
No differentiation is made between chip capacitors and 0.022 ← R022
discrete capacitors.

A
FX-MG8527ZT/UC 21
5 6 7 8
F
E
B
A

D
C

22
A-a A-b
UC
UC/M

A-a
A-b
FM/AM ANTENNA FM/AM TUNER UNIT
FM:-24.0dBs(30%,400Hz)

1
1

1 AM:-11.7dBs(30%,400Hz)
4
5

3
2
1

4
2

6
5

2
2

RBDS DECODER
5 4 2
6
3 1

4 1

2 5
4 1

FX-MG8527ZT/UC
2 5
3 6
3 6

3
3

FM DIVERSITY
3

4
4

CD:+3.8dBs(0dB,1kHz)

NC

C
CD:+3.8dBs(0dB,1kHz)

NC

NC
NC

NC
NC
5

5
4

C CN501
SYSTEM CONTROLLER NC
5

6
6

NC
NC

NC
NC
6

FX-MG8527ZT/UC
7

7
7

TAPE:-7.5dBs(0dB,1kHz) CN251
I

1
1 4
5 2 5

6 3
6

B CN901
8

8
A-a A-b

A-a
A-b

23
E
A

D
C

F
B
F
E
B
A

D
C

24
A-a A-b
UC FX-MG8527ZT/UC
UC/ML FX-MG8727ZT/UC

A-b
1
1

A MAIN UNIT

1
UNBALANCE
AUDIO TO BALANCE
SELECTOR CONVERTER
FOR AMP
SYSTEM MUTE

2 2
5 5

4 4

3 3

2
2

1 1

2
4 2
6 FM : -14.4dBs
1
AM(UC) : -14.8dBs
AM(UC/ML) : -11.5dBs
CD : -1.4dBs
TAPE : -7.5dBs
4 1
0R0(UC)
5

FX-MG8527ZT/UC
3 6 4
UNBALANCE
2 AUDIO TO BALANCE
SELECTOR CONVERTER
1 3 FOR RSA
5

3
3

SYSTEM MUTE
6

2 2
5 5

4 4

3 3

3
1 1

4
4

2
4
1
3

2
4
1

6 5
5

5
4
5
>

6
6

6
FX-MG8527ZT/UC
FM: -3.8dBs
AM: -7.7dBs
CD:+8.4dBs

7
TAPE: -1.8dBs

7
7

350µH

ILL BACKUP ACC FM : -4.6dBs


SENSE SENSE SENSE AM(UC) : -5.0dBs
4 4 AM(UC/ML) : -5.8dBs
2 2 CD : +8.4dBs
1
TAPE : +2.3dBs
1
3 3
5
5 NOTE :
6 6 Symbol indicates a resistor. The > mark found on some component parts indicates
Decimal points for resistor
No differentiation is made between chip resistors and the importance of the safety factor of the part.
and capacitor fixed values
discrete resistors. Therefore, when replacing, be sure to use parts of
are expressed as :
Symbol indicates a capacitor. identical designation.
2.2 ← 2R2
8

8
No differentiation is made between chip capacitors and 0.022 ← R022
discrete capacitors.

A-a A-b

A-b
25
E
A

D
C

F
B
1 2 3 4

3.4 KEYBOARD UNIT

TAPE EJECT TRAF

LOAD

RDS TYPE
SEEK TRACK
UP

AM FM

SEEK TRACK
DOWN
CD EJECT
TAPE DISC

C
1 2 3 4

5 6 SCAN TEXT

B
26 FX-MG8527ZT/UC
1 2 3 4
5 6 7 8

JECT TRAF

B KEYBOARD UNIT

TYPE 5 1

PWR•VOL
2
FM
4 3

E DISC
5 1

C
4 AUDIO•TUNE
2

4 3

N TEXT

A
CN804
D

B
FX-MG8527ZT/UC 27
5 6 7 8
1 2 3 4

3.5 CD MECHANISM MODULE(GUIDE PAGE)

C-a
C S F T
@) 8 1

S
C
T
F
B F 0

PCB UNIT
(SIDE)
SL F

PCB UNIT
H (M2 UNIT) VR1 CN11 T
SL F

MOTOR DRIVER G ELVSENSE


CCW1023
10K
1K(B)
T

1 24 PCB UNIT CD CONTROL


SPINDLE
MOTOR
LOAD3
S41 1 1
6
5 CN1 CN42 CSN1051 9
6 6 2 2
7 7 3 3
CN12
8 8 4 4
9 9 5 5
S S S
5 5 6 6
12 13
4 4 7
7
7
CSN1057 8
3 3 8
CLAMP S2
2 2 9 9
HOME S1
1 1 10 10
CSN1057 C C
11 11
C C
CRG MOTOR
C 1
M3 CXB7517
1
L1
12
13
12
13
SL

2 2
CN41 14 14
SL SL SL
3 3 15 15
VCC 4 4 16 16
5 5 17 17
T T T
18 18
T T T T
6 6 19 19
7 7 20 20
8 8 21 21
T SL SL
9 9 22 22
10 10 23 23
!
SL
11 11 24 24 S C
12 12 25 25
13 13 T T
14 14 26 26
F F
15 15 27 27
F F
T

16 16 28 28
T T
17 29 29
17 30 30
F

1
2
CN14
3
PU UNIT(SERVICE)(PX1) 4 3+3ch
DRIVER
5
6

D RE CN31
1
2
7
8
1
3 2 C
D WH
CAMEOK
4 3
CN13
ELEVATION MOTOR 5 4
M2 CXB7526 6 5
CAMLOAD GR
PCB UNIT 7
8
BL
S
(LED) F S 4
T
1
2
3 T
T
LOAD1 LOAD2
LOADING MOTOR 3 F C

CAMGEAR MOTOR 2 F C
M1 CXB7527

E PCB UNIT(LOAD)
C S

E SL
SIGNAL LINE
F FOCUS SERVO LINE
T TRACKING SERVO LINE
C CARRIAGE SERVO LINE
S SPINDLE SERVO LINE

: The power supply is shown with the marked box.

C D E F G H
28 FX-MG8527ZT/UC
1 2 3 4
5 6 7 8

C-b
C CONTROL UNIT(G2T)

MUTE

SL

*
B

3.3V-5V CONVERTER

BUFFER RAM SL

% SHOCK PROOF
MEMORY
CONTROLLER
^

A
&

CN351
SL
C

5V-3.3V CONVERTER

SL

3.3V REGULATOR

5V REGULATOR
4

MECHANISM CONTROLLER

C
FX-MG8527ZT/UC 29
5 6 7 8
F
E
B
A

D
C

30
C-a
A-a C-b

C-b

1
1

@) 8 1

C-a F G H
C S F T

2
2

S
C
T
F

5
0
F
PCB UNIT(SIDE)

SL F

PCB UNIT SL F

(M2 UNIT) VR1 CN11 T


ELVSENSE
H CCW1023 T
10K
MOTOR DRIVER 1K(B)
G

FX-MG8527ZT/UC
1 24 PCB UNIT CD CONTROL
SPINDLE
MOTOR
LOAD3
S41 1 1
6
5 CN1 CN42
6 6
CSN1051 2 2
9
CN12

3
3

7 7 3 3
8 8 4 4
9 9 5 5
S S S
5 5 6 6
12 13
4 4 7
7
7
CSN1057 8
3 3 8
CLAMP S2
2 2 9 9
HOME S1
1 1 10 10
CSN1057 C C
11 11
C C
CRG MOTOR 12 12 SL
M3 CXB7517
1 1 13 13
CN41 L1
2 2 14 14
SL SL SL
3 3 15 15
VCC 4 4 16 16
5 5 17 17
T T T
18 18
T T T T
6 6 19 19
7 7 20 20
8 8 21 21
T SL SL
9 9 22 22
10 10 23 23
!

4
4

SL
11 11 24 24 S C
12 12 25 25
1

13 13 T T
14 14 26 26
F F
15 15 27 27
F F
T

16 16 28 28
T T
17 29 29
17 30 30
F

1
2
CN14
3
PU UNIT(SERVICE)(PX1) 4 3+3ch
5
DRIVER
6
7

D 1 8
15 15 27 27
F F

T
16 16 28 28
T T
17 29 29
17 30 30

F
1
2
CN14
3
PU UNIT(SERVICE)(PX1) 4 3+3ch
5
DRIVER
6
7

D 1 8
2 1
RE CN31 3 2 C
WH CN13
4 3
CAMEOK
ELEVATION MOTOR 5 4
5

5
M2 CXB7526 6 5
CAMLOAD GR
7
BL
PCB UNIT 8 S

(LED) F S 4
T
1
2
3 T
T
LOAD1 LOAD2
LOADING MOTOR 3 F C
2 F C
CAMGEAR MOTOR
M1 CXB7527
2

E PCB UNIT(LOAD)
C S

6
6

SL
SIGNAL LINE
F FOCUS SERVO LINE
T TRACKING SERVO LINE
C CARRIAGE SERVO LINE
S SPINDLE SERVO LINE

: The power supply is shown with the marked box.

FX-MG8527ZT/UC
7
7

3
8

8
C-a
A-a C-b

C-a D E
C-b

31
E
A

D
C

F
B
F
E
B
A

D
C

32
C-a C-b

C-b
1
1

C CONTROL UNIT(G2T)

MUTE

2
2

SL

3.3V-5V CONVERTER

BUFFER RAM SL

FX-MG8527ZT/UC
% SHOCK PROOF
MEMORY
CONTROLLER

3
3

^
A

&
CN351

SL

5V-3.3V CONVERTER

SL

4
4

1
3.3V REGULATOR
3.3V REGULATOR
5

5
5V REGULATOR

2
MECHANISM CONTROLLER

6
6

FX-MG8527ZT/UC
7
7

3
8

8
C-a C-b

C-b
33
E
A

D
C

F
B
1 2 3 4

Note: The encircled numbers denote measuring points in the circuit diagram.

CH1 : 1 FDX Mode:Test CH1 : 5 RFO Mode:Test


A CH2 : 2 FOP CH2 : 6 TE
CH3 : 3 FOM CH3 : 7 TEC
CH4 : 4 EC
Focus search mode Tracking open

CH1 : 5 RFO Mode:Test CH1 : 5 RFO Mode:Test


CH2 : 6 TE CH2 : 6 TE
CH3 : 8 TDX CH3 : 8 TDX
C 4 Track Jump
1 Track Jump

CH1 : 5 RFO Mode:Test CH1 : 5 RFO Mode:Test


CH2 : 6 TE CH2 : 6 TE
CH3 : 8 TDX CH3 : 8 TDX

10 Track Jump 32 Track Jump

34 FX-MG8527ZT/UC
1 2 3 4
5 6 7 8

CH1 : 6 TE Mode:Normal CH1 : 1 FDX Mode:Normal


CH2 : 9 FE CH2 : ! FOK A
CH3 : 0 RFI CH3 : @ MDX
CH4 : # FG
Focus close Setup

CH1 : $ STSMO Mode:Normal CH1 : 9 FE Mode:Normal


CH2 : 6 TE CH2 : 1 FDX
CH3 : 6 TE
CH4 : 8 TDX
Memory capacity (remaining) at the starting of PLAY During "Play" C

CH1 : $ RFO Mode:Normal CH1 : % LRCK Mode:Normal


CH2 : 6 TE CH2 : ^ SCKO
CH3 : & DOUT
Memory capacity (remaining) during PLAY
Digital audio data(x2 speed)

FX-MG8527ZT/UC 35
5 6 7 8
1 2 3 4

CH1 : * LOUT Mode:Normal CH1 : 6 TE Mode:Normal


CH2 : ( ROUT CH2 : 8 TDX
A CH3 : ) SD
CH4 : 4 EC
Audio output(1kHz , 0dB) During inside / outside search

CH1 : 1 FDX Mode:Normal


CH2 : ! FOK
CH3 : @ MDX
CH4 : # FG
C DISC stop

36 FX-MG8527ZT/UC
1 2 3 4
5 6 7 8

FX-MG8527ZT/UC 37
5 6 7 8
1 2 3 4

3.6 CASSETTE MECHANISM MODULE

B
I DECK UNIT
CN252

R278 100K
15K 3900P
VR302

R401 C401
C310
CCP1280 Q271

R022
R1

C402

C403
R33
33K(B) 2SC4116

C302
R260

R1

100K
R276
C254 390P 13K R258

29
28
27
30

26
25

23
24

22
21

3R3K
18K

R402
270K
R262
C256

R01
Rev-L

NC
PBOUT(L)

DET(L)
EQOUT(L)
MOUT(L)

MSGV(S)
TAI(L)
NC
RAI(L)

NC
R284 0R0
R275
RL
47K
C253 390P R256 31 20
Rev-R R283 0R0 180 32
NFI(L) MSGV(R)
19 R403 910
RR RIN(L) MAOUT C405 R03
C271 R287 33 18 C404 R01
Fwd-R R282 0R0 1/50 0R0 34
RIP
IC251 MSI
17 R404
FIN(L) MSDET
C252 390P
35 16 270K

C
FR
36
GND
HA12216F VCC
15
GND MSOUT
Fwd-L R281 0R0 37 FIN(R) MSGV
14 R273
FL C251 390P 38 F/R
13 0R0
VREF
39 DOLBY B NR 120/70
12
RIN(R)
HD1 R255 R296 40 NR
11
NFI(R)
R292

HEAD ASSY
0R0

EQOUT(R)
M-OUT(R)

PBOUT(R)
180 0R0
EXA1594

DET(L)
RAI(R)

MUTE
TAI(R)
BIAS
C255
R01

TEST TAPE

NC

NC
270K
R261

R272

0R0
NCT-150

10
2
3
4
1

5
6

8
7

9
R257
(400Hz, 200nWb/m)
C301

18K
R1

R259
C309
R271

13K
18K

R1
R288
0R0
VR301
CCP1280
33K(B)

R321
0R0
D

C272 R1
0R0
0R0

R285
R286

CN251
E
MUTE

-8.24dBs(300mV)±1dB A CN353

I
38 FX-MG8527ZT/UC
1 2 3 4
5 6 7 8

M1 MOTOR UNIT
(MAIN MOTOR)
EXA1618

B
CN255 Q101
CN256 EGN1004
CN253 RSB
L102
R278 100K

GND
Q271 L101
RS
R022

2SC4116
R277 R375 0R0 mtl 70µs
100K
R276

220K S103
MCS MODE
S102
R373 0R0 load LOAD

3900P
R275 S101

C352
R355
270K
47K ESG1007x3

RS3 MCS
C405 R033

300
J
RS2 RRS
PA2020A

R404 SENSOR UNIT

R362
RS1 FRS
270K
SC2 RSB
C
SC1 C

TAB TAB CN254


MC MS2
IC351

R22
NC M2
CE
MOTOR UNIT
C351 (SUB MOTOR)
VCC2 NC EXA1623

VCC SM1

NC MM
R374 0R0
R01

MECHANISM
1K

1K
1K

1K
R321
0R0

C354
R351

R353
R352

R354

DRIVER
R01

D
C353
1SS355

C356 R01
D352

C355 R1

SWITCHES: E
SENSOR UNIT
S101:LOAD SWITCH..........EJECT-PLAY
S102:MODE SWITCH............ON-OFF
S103:70µs SWITCH...............ON-OFF
The underlined indicates the switch position.
53

I J
FX-MG8527ZT/UC 39
5 6 7 8
1 2 3 4

4. PCB CONNECTION DIAGRAM


4.1 MAIN UNIT
A

NOTE FOR PCB DIAGRAMS


1.The parts mounted on this PCB A MAIN UNIT
C CN501
include all necessary parts for
several destination.
For further information for
respective destinations, be sure
to check with the schematic dia-
gram.
2.Viewpoint of PCB diagrams
Connector Capacitor
B
SIDE A
7 8 9 10 11

6 5 4 3 2
SIDE B
P.C.Board Chip Part

I CN251

B CN901
A
40 FX-MG8527ZT/UC
1 2 3 4
5 6 7 8

SIDE A

FM/AM ANTENNA

B
11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20
7 8 9 10 11 12
10 9 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1
6 5 4 3 2 1 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10

SUB
MAIN

FM/AM TUNER UNIT

FRONT
A
FX-MG8527ZT/UC 41
5 6 7 8
1 2 3 4

A MAIN UNIT

A
42 FX-MG8527ZT/UC
1 2 3 4
5 6 7 8

SIDE B

A
FX-MG8527ZT/UC 43
5 6 7 8
F
E
B
A

D
C

44
B
B

1
1

KEYBOARD UNIT
4.2 KEYBOARD UNIT

CD EJECT LOAD

2
2

PWR•VOL AUDIO•TUNE
1 2 3 4 5 6 SCAN TEXT

FX-MG8527ZT/UC
3
3

TAPE EJECT TRAF

SEEK TRACK SEEK TRACK AM FM TAPE DISC RDS TYPE


DOWN UP

4
4

SIDE A
5 6 7 8

B KEYBOARD UNIT SIDE B A

A
CN804

B
FX-MG8527ZT/UC 45
5 6 7 8
1 2 3 4

4.3 CD MECHANISM MODULE

A C CONTROL UNIT (G2T) SIDE A


IC,Q

B
A
CN351

E
F F
CN11

REFO

C
46 FX-MG8527ZT/UC
1 2 3 4
5 6 7 8

C CONTROL UNIT (G2T) SIDE B


A
IC,Q

C
FX-MG8527ZT/UC 47
5 6 7 8
1 2 3 4

A D PCB UNIT (LED) E PCB UNIT (LOAD)

LOAD2

F
RE
B CN13
M 5 6
8
F
7
M2 CN14
WH
ELEVATION

CAMOK

CAMLOAD

F
LOAD1

D E
48 FX-MG8527ZT/UC
1 2 3 4
5 6 7 8

F PCB UNIT (SIDE) SIDE A


F PCB UNIT (SIDE) SIDE B
A

D 8
CN31

1 GR
E 2
B
3
4
M
M 5 BL
M1
LOADING
CAMGEAR

VR1
ELV SENSE

C
CN101

G E

F
FX-MG8527ZT/UC 49
5 6 7 8
1 2 3 4

A
G PCB UNIT
PU UNIT(SERVICE)(PX1)

M3 CRG

M 1 17

CN41

L1
LOAD3
B
S41 1 9
CN42

H
CN1

30

1
F
CN12
F

G
50 FX-MG8527ZT/UC
1 2 3 4
5 6 7 8

H PCB UNIT(M2 UNIT)

S1
HOME

S2
CLAMP
HE3
C

SPINDLE

R2 C1 R1
M
HE2
13

12

CN1
15

10
1

IC1
D
G HE1
20

CN42
R4 R3
9

24

H
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4.4 CASSETTE MECHANISM MODULE

A I DECK UNIT SIDE A

A CN353

CN251
1 3 5 7 9 11 13 15 17 19

2 4 6 8 10 12 14 16 18 20
B

I DECK UNIT SIDE B

J CN256
D
R259

C309
R255

R257

C301
R271
C255
R261

IC,Q ADJ R292


R254
C254
C251
R251

VR301
R321
R288

Q271
Q352 E
VR301
Q271 E E
10
R296

R284 1 R278
CN252 40 11
R273

Q351
R272

5 R276
R281 R277
R275

IC251 15
IC251 R282 35
R287

R283 R404
25 C404 C405
31 20
30 21 R403 C403
R402 C402
R256 C253
R262
R258
C256
R260

R401 C401
C310
22 21
R286

R285

C272

E
R252
C252
R253

C302

C271
R354
R352

IC351 VR302

VR302 CN253
R353
R351

1 CN254 CN255

F
HEAD ASSY M2 M1

I
52 FX-MG8527ZT/UC
1 2 3 4
5 6 7 8

J SENSOR UNIT

S101
LOAD
S103
70µs

S102
L101 MODE

B
CN256
L102 6
Q101 5
REEL SENSE 4
3
2
1

I CN253

J
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5. ELECTRICAL PARTS LIST


A
NOTE:
• Parts whose parts numbers are omitted are subject to being not supplied.
• The part numbers shown below indicate chip components.
Chip Resistor
RS1/_S___J,RS1/__S___J
Chip Capacitor (except for CQS.....)
CKS....., CCS....., CSZS.....
Circuit Symbol and No. Part NamePart No. Circuit Symbol and No. Part NamePart No.

A
Q 722 Transistor 2SC2712
Q 801 Transistor DTC114EU
B
Unit Number:CWM8064(FX-MG8527ZT/UC) Q 802 Transistor IMX1
Q 805 Transistor DTC144TUA
Unit Number:CWM8582(FX-MG8727ZT/UC)
Unit Name:Main Unit Q 806 Transistor DTC144TUA
Q 807 Transistor DTC144TUA
MISCELLANEOUS Q 808 Transistor 2SB1184F5
Q 809 Transistor 2SB1185
Q 811 Transistor 2SB1185
IC201 IC NJM2068MD
IC202 IC TC4052BF
Q 812 Transistor 2SB1185
IC203 IC NJM2068MD
Q 813 Transistor 2SA1162
IC204 IC NJM2068MD
Q 814 Transistor 2SA1162
IC252 IC PM4009A
Q 815 Transistor IMX1
C Q 816 Transistor 2SC4081
IC302 IC TC4052BF
IC303 IC NJM2068MD
Q 818 Transistor 2SB1184F5
IC304 IC NJM2068MD
Q 819 Transistor 2SA1162
IC401 IC NJM2068MD
Q 820 Transistor IMX1
IC501 IC LA1061M
Q 822 Transistor 2SD2226K
Q 825 Transistor 2SA1162
IC561 IC HA12181FP
IC601 IC PD5732A
Q 860 Transistor 2SA1162
IC602 IC S-80735ANDZI
Q 861 Transistor DTC143EU
IC701 IC HA12187FP
Q 862 Transistor DTC144TUA
IC870 IC S-81256SGUP-DIM
Q 863 Transistor IMD3A
Q 864 Transistor DTA114EU
Q 201 Transistor DTC144EU
D
Q 202 Transistor DTC144EU
Q 865 Transistor DTA114EU
Q 203 Transistor DTC144EU
Q 866 Transistor DTA114EU
Q 204 Transistor FMG13
Q 867 Transistor DTA114EU
Q 205 Transistor FMG13
Q 870 Transistor 2SD1767
Q 882 Transistor 2SA1162
Q 301 Transistor DTC144EU
Q 302 Transistor DTC144EU
Q 884 Transistor DTC124EU
Q 303 Transistor DTC144EU
D 203 Diode HZU4R7(B2)
Q 304 Transistor FMG13
D 451 Diode DAN202K
Q 305 Transistor FMG13
D 452 Diode 1SS355
D 472 Diode MPG06G-6415G50
Q 351 Transistor IMX1
E Q 405 Transistor DTC143TU
D 473 Diode MPG06G-6415G50
Q 406 Transistor IMH3A
D 474 Diode 1SS355
Q 451 Transistor 2SB1260
D 475 Diode 1SS355
Q 452 Transistor 2SC2712
D 497 Diode UDZS20(B)
D 501 Diode 1SV241
Q 453 Transistor 2SC2712
Q 497 Transistor DTC114EU
D 502 Diode 1SV241
Q 501 Transistor IMX1
D 503 Diode DAP202K
Q 502 Transistor 2SC2712
D 504 Diode 1SS355
Q 504 Transistor 2SC2712
D 703 Diode UDZS18(B)
D 704 Diode UDZS18(B)
Q 561 Transistor 2SC2712
Q 563 Transistor IMT2A
D 801 Diode 1SS355
F Q 564 Transistor IMH1A
D 802 Diode UDZS5R6(B)
Q 644 Transistor DTC114EU
D 803 Diode RM4LFJ10
Q 645 Transistor 2SA1162
D 804 Diode 1SS355
D 805 Diode UDZS20(B)
Q 721 Transistor DTA114EU
54 FX-MG8527ZT/UC
1 2 3 4
5 6 7 8

Circuit Symbol and No. Part NamePart No. Circuit Symbol and No. Part NamePart No.
R 206 RS1/16S223J
D 808 Diode HZU8R2(B2) R 207 RS1/16S223J
D 809 Diode HZU7R5(B3) R 208 RS1/16S223J A
D 810 Diode HZU8R2(B2)
D 811 Diode 1SS355 R 211 RS1/16S101J
D 812 Diode HZU7R5(B3) R 212 RS1/16S101J
R 213 RS1/16S103J
D 813 Diode 1SS355 R 214 RS1/16S103J
D 814 Diode HZU8R2(B3) R 215 RS1/16S163J
D 860 Diode HZU8R2(B3)
D 861 Diode 1SS355 R 216 RS1/16S163J
D 862 Diode 1SS355 R 217 RS1/16S163J
R 218 RS1/16S163J
D 863 Diode DAP202K R 219 RS1/16S163J
D 864 Diode 1SS355 R 220 RS1/16S163J
D 870 Diode MPG06G-6415G50 B
D 871 Diode UDZS16(B) R 221 RS1/16S103J
D 882 Diode 1SS355 R 222 RS1/16S103J
R 223 RS1/16S103J
L 251 Inductor LCTA101J2520 R 224 RS1/16S103J
L 252 Inductor LCTC100K3216 R 225 RS1/16S181J
L 351 Inductor LCTC2R2K1608
L 352 Inductor LCTC2R2K1608 R 226 RS1/16S181J
L 353 Inductor LCTC2R2K1608 R 227 RS1/16S181J
R 228 RS1/16S181J
L 354 Inductor LCTC2R2K1608 R 229 RS1/10S470J
L 355 Inductor CTF1578 R 230 RS1/10S470J
L 356 Inductor LCTC2R2K1608
L 357 Inductor CTF1306 R 231 RS1/10S470J C
L 358 Inductor CTF1306 R 232 RS1/10S470J
R 233 RS1/16S473J
L 359 Inductor CTF1306 R 234 RS1/16S473J
L 360 Inductor CTF1306 R 235 RS1/16S473J
L 361 Inductor CTF1306
L 363 Inductor LFEA4R7J R 237 RS1/16S473J
L 505 Ferri-Inductor LAU4R7K R 238 RS1/16S473J
R 239 RS1/16S473J
L 506 Coil CTB1112 R 240 RS1/16S473J
L 507 Inductor LCTC6R8K3216 R 241 RS1/16S222J
L 508 Inductor LCTC6R8K3216
L 509 Inductor LCTC6R8K3216 R 243 RS1/16S103J
L 510 Inductor LCTA561J4532 R 244 RS1/16S103J D
R 245 RS1/16S103J
L 511 Inductor LCTA4R7J2520 R 246 RS1/16S103J
L 512 Inductor LCTA1R0J2520 R 247 RS1/16S562J
L 513 Inductor LCTA1R0J2520
L 514 Inductor LCTA1R0J2520 R 248 RS1/16S562J
L 561 Inductor LCTA4R7J2520 R 249 RS1/16S562J
R 250 RS1/16S562J
L 601 Inductor LCTA100J3225 R 257 RS1/16S102J
L 801 Coil 350µH CTH1276 R 261 RS1/16S225J
CG501 Surge Protector DSP-201M-A21F
CG502 Surge Protector DSP-201M-A21F R 285 RS1/16S104J
X 251 Crystal Resonator 3.648MHz CSS1447 R 286 RS1/16S104J
R 287 RS1/16S104J E
X 601 Radiator 10.0MHz CSS1577 R 288 RS1/16S104J
VR561 Semi-fixed 10kΩ(B) CCP1396 R 313 RS1/16S103J
FU471 Fuse 5A CEK1216
FM/AM Tuner Unit CWE1630 R 314 RS1/16S103J
EF352 EMI Filter CCG1163 R 315 RS1/16S163J
R 316 RS1/16S163J
RESISTORS R 317 RS1/16S163J
R 318 RS1/16S163J
R1 RS1/16S0R0J
R2 RS1/16S0R0J R 319 RS1/16S163J
R 201 RS1/16S223J R 320 RS1/16S163J
R 202 RS1/16S223J R 321 RS1/16S103J
R 203 RS1/16S223J R 322 RS1/16S103J F
R 323 RS1/16S103J
R 204 RS1/16S223J
R 205 RS1/16S223J R 324 RS1/16S103J
R 325 RS1/16S181J
FX-MG8527ZT/UC 55
5 6 7 8
1 2 3 4

Circuit Symbol and No. Part NamePart No. Circuit Symbol and No. Part NamePart No.
R 326 RS1/16S181J R 508 RS1/16S103J
R 327 RS1/16S181J R 509 RS1/16S334J
A R 328 RS1/16S181J R 510 RS1/16S101J

R 329 RS1/10S470J R 511 RS1/16S101J


R 330 RS1/10S470J R 512 RS1/16S104J
R 331 RS1/10S470J R 513 RS1/16S104J
R 332 RS1/10S470J R 514 RS1/16S103J
R 333 RS1/16S473J R 515 RS1/16S182J

R 334 RS1/16S473J R 516 RS1/16S683J


R 335 RS1/16S473J R 517 RS1/16S224J
R 337 RS1/16S473J R 518 RS1/16S473J
R 338 RS1/16S473J R 519 RS1/16S473J
R 339 RS1/16S473J R 520 RS1/16S102J
B
R 340 RS1/16S473J R 522 RS1/16S222J
R 351 RS1/16S103J R 525 RS1/16S473J
R 352 RS1/16S103J R 526 RS1/16S681J
R 353 RS1/16S223J R 527 RS1/16S681J
R 354 RS1/16S223J R 528 RS1/16S681J

R 355 RS1/16S273J R 529 RS1/16S103J


R 356 RS1/16S273J R 530 RS1/16S681J
R 357 RS1/16S102J R 531 RS1/16S473J
R 358 RS1/16S102J R 532 RS1/16S473J
R 359 RS1/16S100J R 533 RS1/16S472J

C R 369 RS1/16S100J R 534 RS1/16S393J


R 401 RS1/16S432J R 535 RS1/16S473J
R 402 RS1/16S432J R 536 RS1/16S103J
R 407 RS1/16S102J R 537 RS1/16S473J
R 408 RS1/16S102J R 538 RS1/16S681J

R 413 RS1/16S102J R 539 RS1/16S681J


R 414 RS1/16S102J R 543 RS1/16S681J
R 417 (FX-MG8527ZT/UC) RS1/16S623J R 546 RS1/16S103J
R 417 (FX-MG8727ZT/UC) RS1/16S913J R 547 RS1/16S103J
R 418 (FX-MG8527ZT/UC) RS1/16S623J R 548 RS1/16S221J

R 418 (FX-MG8727ZT/UC) RS1/16S913J R 551 RS1/16S0R0J


D R 427 RS1/16S203J R 552 RS1/16S0R0J
R 428 RS1/16S203J R 561 RS1/16S104J
R 429 RS1/16S683J R 562 RS1/16S123J
R 430 RS1/16S683J R 563 RS1/16S105J

R 431 RS1/16S473J R 564 RS1/16S682J


R 432 RS1/16S473J R 567 RS1/16S822J
R 433 RS1/16S101J R 568 RS1/16S222J
R 451 RS1/16S102J R 569 RS1/16S184J
R 452 RS1/16S223J R 570 RS1/16S223J

R 453 RS1/16S823J R 571 RS1/16S473J


R 454 RS1/16S181J R 582 RS1/16S332J
E R 455 RS1/16S181J R 583 RS1/16S332J
R 456 RS1/16S181J R 584 RS1/16S332J
R 457 RS1/16S181J R 585 RS1/16S332J

R 458 RS1/16S181J R 601 RS1/16S102J


R 459 RS1/16S223J R 602 RS1/16S473J
R 460 RS1/16S223J R 603 RS1/16S102J
R 474 RS1/8S103J R 605 RS1/16S102J
R 497 RS1/8S221J R 606 RS1/16S0R0J

R 501 RS1/16S225J R 607 RS1/16S104J


R 502 RS1/16S225J R 608 RS1/16S102J
R 503 RS1/16S225J R 609 RS1/16S681J
F R 504 RS1/16S225J R 610 RS1/16S0R0J
R 505 RS1/16S222J R 611 RS1/16S0R0J

R 506 RS1/16S104J R 612 RS1/16S102J


R 507 RS1/16S103J R 613 RS1/16S0R0J
56 FX-MG8527ZT/UC
1 2 3 4
5 6 7 8

Circuit Symbol and No. Part NamePart No. Circuit Symbol and No. Part NamePart No.
R 614 RS1/16S102J R 684 RS1/16S102J
R 615 RS1/16S102J R 685 RS1/16S102J
R 616 RS1/16S102J R 687 RS1/16S473J A

R 617 RS1/16S102J R 689 RS1/16S473J


R 618 RS1/16S102J R 692 RS1/16S473J
R 619 RS1/16S0R0J R 693 RS1/16S0R0J
R 620 RS1/16S0R0J R 698 RS1/16S102J
R 621 RS1/16S681J R 699 RS1/16S473J

R 622 RS1/16S0R0J R 701 RS1/16S473J


R 623 RS1/16S473J R 703 RS1/4S101J
R 624 RS1/16S473J R 704 RS1/4S101J
R 625 RS1/16S473J R 705 RS1PMF680J
R 626 RS1/16S473J R 711 RS1/16S473J
B
R 627 RS1/16S473J R 721 RS1/16S102J
R 629 RS1/16S472J R 722 RS1/16S473J
R 631 RS1/16S0R0J R 723 RS1/16S473J
R 632 RS1/16S102J R 801 RS1/8S222J
R 633 RS1/16S102J R 802 RS1/8S472J

R 634 RS1/16S102J R 803 RS1/8S472J


R 635 RS1/16S471J R 804 RS1/8S472J
R 636 RS1/16S222J R 805 RS1/8S472J
R 637 RS1/16S102J R 806 RS1/8S472J
R 638 RS1/16S102J R 807 RS1/8S221J

R 641 RS1/16S473J R 810 RS1/16S104J C


R 642 RS1/16S104J R 811 RS1/16S104J
R 643 RS1/16S104J R 812 RS1/16S104J
R 644 RS1/16S473J R 819 RS1/16S102J
R 645 RS1/16S102J R 820 RS1/16S123J

R 646 RS1/16S103J R 821 RS1/16S103J


R 647 RS1/16S102J R 822 RS1/16S103J
R 648 RS1/16S102J R 823 RS1/16S223J
R 651 RS1/16S0R0J R 824 RS1/16S102J
R 654 RS1/16S102J R 825 RS1/16S331J

R 655 RS1/16S102J R 826 RS1/16S103J


R 656 RS1/16S102J R 827 RS1/16S471J D
R 657 RS1/16S102J R 828 RS1/16S221J
R 658 RS1/16S223J R 829 RS1/16S223J
R 659 RS1/16S102J R 830 RS1/10S221J

R 660 RS1/16S102J R 831 RS1/16S331J


R 661 RS1/16S102J R 832 RS1/16S471J
R 662 RS1/16S102J R 833 RS1/16S221J
R 663 RS1/16S102J R 840 RS1/4S1R5J
R 664 RS1/16S102J R 841 RS1/4S1R5J

R 665 RS1/16S102J R 842 RS1/4S1R5J


R 666 RS1/16S681J R 843 RS1/4S1R5J
R 667 RS1/16S473J R 844 RS1/16S471J E
R 668 RS1/16S473J R 845 RS1/16S471J
R 669 RS1/16S473J R 846 RS1/16S105J

R 670 RS1/16S473J R 847 RS1/10S361J


R 671 RS1/16S473J R 848 RS1/16S332J
R 672 RS1/16S473J R 849 RS1/16S562J
R 673 RS1/16S473J R 850 RS1/4S2R2J
R 674 RS1/16S473J R 851 RS1/16S471J

R 675 RS1/16S473J R 852 RS1/16S105J


R 676 RS1/16S102J R 853 RS1/16S102J
R 677 RS1/16S102J R 854 RS1/16S332J
R 678 RS1/16S102J R 855 RS1/16S562J F
R 679 RS1/16S102J R 856 RS1/16S103J

R 680 RS1/16S102J R 857 RS1/16S103J


R 681 RS1/16S102J R 860 RS1/16S223J
FX-MG8527ZT/UC 57
5 6 7 8
1 2 3 4

Circuit Symbol and No. Part NamePart No. Circuit Symbol and No. Part NamePart No.
R 861 RS1/16S103J C 260 CCSRCH471J50
R 862 RS1/16S104J C 261 CCSRCH471J50
A R 863 RS1/16S223J
C 262 CEAL4R7M35
R 865 RS1/16S103J C 263 CKSRYB473K50
R 866 RS1/16S103J C 281 CKSRYB182K50
R 867 RS1/16S472J C 282 CKSRYB182K50
R 868 RS1/16S102J C 283 CKSRYB182K50
R 869 RS1/16S102J
C 284 CKSRYB182K50
R 870 RS1/10S102J C 309 CKSRYB102K50
R 871 RS1/16S472J C 310 CKSRYB105K10
R 882 RD1/4PU121J C 319 CCSRCH220J50
R 884 RS1/16S223J C 320 CCSRCH220J50
R 886 RS1/16S472J
B C 321 CCSRCH220J50
R 888 RS1/16S473J C 322 CCSRCH220J50
C 323 4.7µF/35V CCH1016
CAPACITORS C 324 4.7µF/35V CCH1016
C 325 4.7µF/35V CCH1016
C 201 CEALNP4R7M16
C 202 CEALNP4R7M16 C 326 4.7µF/35V CCH1016
C 203 CEALNP4R7M16 C 327 CCSRCH221J50
C 204 CEALNP4R7M16 C 328 CCSRCH221J50
C 205 CCSRCH330J50 C 329 CCSRCH221J50
C 330 CCSRCH221J50
C 206 CCSRCH330J50
C 207 CCSRCH330J50 C 335 4.7µF/35V CCH1016
C C 208 CCSRCH330J50 C 336 4.7µF/35V CCH1016
C 209 CKSRYB102K50 C 337 4.7µF/35V CCH1016
C 210 CKSRYB105K10 C 338 4.7µF/35V CCH1016
C 351 CEAL4R7M35
C 215 CEALNP4R7M16
C 216 CEALNP4R7M16 C 352 CKSRYB103K50
C 217 CEALNP4R7M16 C 353 4.7µF/35V CCH1016
C 218 CEALNP4R7M16 C 354 4.7µF/35V CCH1016
C 219 CCSRCH220J50 C 355 CEAL101M10
C 356 CEAL100M16
C 220 CCSRCH220J50
C 221 CCSRCH220J50 C 357 CEAL220M10
C 222 CCSRCH220J50 C 381 CKSRYB182K50
D C 223 4.7µF/35V CCH1016 C 382 CKSRYB182K50
C 224 4.7µF/35V CCH1016 C 383 CKSRYB182K50
C 384 CKSRYB182K50
C 225 4.7µF/35V CCH1016
C 226 4.7µF/35V CCH1016 C 401 CKSRYB183K50
C 227 CCSRCH221J50 C 402 CKSRYB183K50
C 228 CCSRCH221J50 C 403 4.7µF/35V CCH1016
C 229 CCSRCH221J50 C 404 4.7µF/35V CCH1016
C 406 CKSRYB102K50
C 230 CCSRCH221J50
C 231 CKSRYB473K50 C 411 CKSRYB104K16
C 232 CEAL101M6R3 C 412 CKSRYB104K16
C 233 CKSRYB102K50 C 415 CKSRYB105K10
E C 235 4.7µF/35V CCH1016 C 416 CKSRYB105K10
C 417 CCSRCH331J50
C 236 4.7µF/35V CCH1016
C 237 4.7µF/35V CCH1016 C 418 CCSRCH331J50
C 238 4.7µF/35V CCH1016 C 421 CEAL470M6R3
C 243 CKSQYB102K50 C 480 CKSQYB102K50
C 244 CKSQYB102K50 C 492 CKSRYB473K50
C 493 CCSQCH221J50
C 245 CKSQYB102K50
C 246 CKSQYB102K50 C 494 CCSQCH221J50
C 251 CKSRYB104K16 C 497 CCSRCH221J50
C 253 CEAL220M6R3 C 503 CKSQYB103K50
C 254 CKSRYB104K16 C 504 CKSRYB222K50
F C 505 CKSRYB222K50
C 256 CCSRCH270J50
C 257 CCSRCH270J50 C 506 CKSRYB222K50
C 259 CKSRYB104K16 C 507 CKSRYB222K50
C 508 CKSRYB103K50
58 FX-MG8527ZT/UC
1 2 3 4
5 6 7 8

Circuit Symbol and No. Part NamePart No. Circuit Symbol and No. Part NamePart No.
C 509 CKSRYB103K50 C 816 CKSRYB103K50
C 510 CEAL100M16 C 817 100µF/10V CCH1402
A
C 511 CKSRYB472K50 C 818 CKSRYB103K50
C 512 CEAL100M16 C 819 100µF/10V CCH1402
C 513 CKSRYB473K50 C 820 CKSRYB103K50
C 514 CEAL2R2M50 C 824 CKSRYB472K50
C 515 CKSRYB102K50 C 825 100µF/10V CCH1402

C 516 CKSRYB103K50 C 826 CKSRYB472K50


C 517 CKSRYB103K50 C 827 100µF/10V CCH1402
C 518 CKSRYB392K50 C 829 CKSRYB103K50
C 519 CKSRYB103K50 C 830 CKSRYB103K50
C 520 CKSRYB103K50 C 831 CKSRYB103K50

C 521 CEAT101M10 C 861 CEAL101M6R3 B


C 522 CKSRYB103K50 C 866 CEAL100M16
C 523 CEAL100M16 C 867 CEAL100M16
C 524 CKSRYB472K50 C 870 CKSRYB103K50
C 529 CKSQYB103K50 C 871 CKSRYB103K50

C 530 CCSRCH100D50 C 872 2200µF/16V CCH1186


C 561 CEAL3R3M50 C 873 CKSRYB105K10
C 562 CKSRYB333K16 C 875 CCSRCH101J50
C 563 CEALNP1R0M50 C 883 CKSRYB103K50
C 564 CQMA683J50

C 565
C 566
CQMA333J50
CQMA333J50
B
C 567 CQMA333J50
Unit Number:CWS1342 C

C 568 CKSRYB105K10 Unit Name:Keyboard Unit


C 569 CKSRYB333K16
MISCELLANEOUS
C 570 CKSRYB103K50
C 571 CKSRYB682K50 IC901 IC LC75804W
C 572 CEAL101M10 Q 901 Transistor 2SA1162
C 573 CKSRYB392K50 Q 902 Transistor DTC143EK
C 574 CKSRYB334K10 Q 903 Transistor 2SA1162
Q 904 Transistor DTC143EK
C 575 CKSRYB102K50
C 585 CKSRYB223K50 Q 905 Transistor 2SB1132
C 586 CKSRYB223K50 Q 907 Transistor 2SB1132 D
C 601 CKSRYB102K50 Q 908 Transistor DTC143EK
C 602 CKSRYB103K50 D 901 Chip LED HGG1105W-RR(CDE)
D 902 Chip LED HGG1105W-RR(CDE)
C 603 CKSRYB103K50
C 604 CKSRYB104K16 D 903 Chip LED HAA1105W-RR(CDE)
C 605 CEAL220M6R3 D 904 Chip LED HAA1105W-RR(CDE)
C 645 CKSRYB103K50 D 905 Diode 1SS355
C 648 CKSRYB102K50 D 906 Diode 1SS355
D 907 Diode 1SS355
C 671 CCSRCH101J50
C 672 CCSRCH101J50 D 908 Diode 1SS355
C 673 CCSRCH101J50 D 909 Diode 1SS355
C 674 CCSRCH101J50 D 910 Diode HZU5R6(B1) E
C 675 CCSRCH101J50 IL 901 Lamp 8V 60mA CEL1712
IL 902 Lamp 8V 60mA CEL1712
C 701 CKSRYB103K50
C 703 CCSRCH221J50 IL 903 Lamp 8V 60mA CEL1740
C 704 CCSRCH221J50 IL 904 Lamp 8V 60mA CEL1740
C 801 CKSRYB102K50 IL 905 Lamp 8V 60mA CEL1740
C 802 CEAL1R0M50 IL 906 Lamp 8V 60mA CEL1740
IL 907 Lamp 8V 60mA CEL1740
C 803 CKSRYB102K50
C 804 2200µF/16V CCH1186 IL 908 Lamp 8V 60mA CEL1740
C 805 CKSQYB473K50 IL 909 Lamp 8V 60mA CEL1740
C 806 CKSRYB102K50 IL 910 Lamp 8V 60mA CEL1740
C 807 CEAL1R0M50 IL 911 Lamp 8V 60mA CEL1740 F
IL 912 Lamp 8V 60mA CEL1740
C 808 CKSRYB102K50
C 814 CEAL1R0M50 IL 913 Lamp 8V 60mA CEL1740
C 815 CEAL1R0M50
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Circuit Symbol and No. Part NamePart No. Circuit Symbol and No. Part NamePart No.
IL 914 Lamp 8V 60mA CEL1740 R 964 RS1/16S102J
IL 915 Lamp 8V 60mA CEL1740 R 965 RS1/16S102J
A IL 916 Lamp 8V 60mA CEL1740 R 966 RS1/16S681J
VR901 Encoder(PWR•VOL) CSD1078 R 967 RS1/16S393J

VR902 Encoder(AUDIO•TUNE) CSD1082 R 968 RS1/16S223J


LCD901 LCD CAW1700 R 969 RS1/16S223J
R 971 RS1/16S471J
RESISTORS R 972 RS1/16S222J
R 973 RS1/16S222J
R 901 RS1/10S0R0J
R 902 RS1/10S0R0J R 974 RS1/16S222J
R 903 RS1/10S8R2J R 975 RS1/16S0R0J
R 904 RS1/10S8R2J R 976 RS1/16S0R0J
R 905 RS1/10S8R2J R 977 RS1/16S0R0J
B R 978 RS1/16S0R0J
R 906 RS1/10S8R2J
R 907 RS1/10S8R2J R 991 RS1/16S0R0J
R 908 RS1/10S8R2J
R 909 RS1/10S8R2J CAPACITORS
R 910 RS1/10S8R2J
C 901 CKSRYB104K16
R 911 RS1/10S8R2J C 902 CKSRYB104K16
R 912 RS1/10S8R2J C 903 CKSRYB104K16
R 913 RS1/10S8R2J C 904 CKSRYB104K16
R 914 RS1/10S8R2J C 910 CKSRYB102K50
R 915 RS1/10S0R0J
C 911 CKSRYB474K10
C R 916 RS1/10S0R0J C 912 CKSRYB104K16
R 917 RS1/10S151J C 913 CKSRYB104K16
R 918 RS1/10S151J C 914 CKSRYB104K16
R 919 RS1/10S151J C 915 CKSRYB103K50
R 920 RS1/10S151J
C 916 CCSRCH101J50
R 921 RS1/16S103J C 917 CCSRCH101J50
R 922 RS1/16S332J C 920 CCSRCH101J50
R 923 RS1/10S151J C 921 CCSRCH101J50
R 924 RS1/10S151J C 922 CCSRCH101J50
R 925 RS1/10S151J
C 923 CCSRCH101J50
R 926 RS1/10S151J
D R 927 RS1/16S103J
R 928
R 930
RS1/16S332J
RS1/10S271J C
R 931 RS1/16S103J Unit Number:CWX2649
R 932 RS1/10S221J Unit Name:Control Unit(G2T)
R 936 RS1/16S0R0J
R 937 RS1/16S0R0J MISCELLANEOUS
R 938 RS1/16S0R0J
R 939 RS1/16S0R0J IC201 IC UPD63711GC
IC301 IC BD7962FM
R 944 RS1/16S0R0J IC302 IC S-818A33AUC-BGN
R 945 RS1/16S0R0J IC303 IC BA05SFP
E R 946 RS1/16S0R0J IC501 IC SM5903BFP
R 947 RS1/16S0R0J
R 952 RS1/16S102J IC504 IC TC74VHCT08AFT
IC505 IC TC74VHC541FT
R 953 RS1/16S102J IC507 IC MSM51V17400F6TFT
R 954 RS1/16S102J IC702 IC PD5748C
R 955 RS1/16S102J Q 101 Transistor 2SB1132
R 956 RS1/16S102J
R 957 RS1/16S102J Q 601 Transistor DTC114EK
Q 602 Transistor DTA123JK
R 958 RS1/16S102J Q 603 Transistor DTC314TK
R 959 RS1/16S102J Q 604 Transistor DTC314TK
R 960 RS1/16S102J Q 702 Transistor UMD3N
F R 961 RS1/16S103J
R 962 RS1/16S102J D 101 Diode 1SS355
D 301 Diode S1G-6904G2P
R 963 RS1/16S102J D 303 Diode S1G-6904G2P

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5 6 7 8

Circuit Symbol and No. Part NamePart No. Circuit Symbol and No. Part NamePart No.
D 601 Chip Diode MA151WA R 512 RS1/16S333J
L 601 Inductor CTF1295 R 513 RS1/16S473J
R 516 RS1/16S331J A
TH701 Thermistor CCX1015
X 201 Radiator 16.93MHz CSS1581 R 601 RS1/16S102J
X 701 Radiator 10.00MHz CSS1428 R 602 RS1/16S102J
R 603 RS1/16S223J
RESISTORS R 604 RS1/16S223J
R 605 RS1/16S102J
R 101 RS1/8S120J
R 102 RS1/8S100J R 606 RS1/16S681J
R 103 RS1/16S222J R 607 RS1/16S681J
R 104 RS1/16S102J R 608 RS1/16S102J
R 105 RS1/16S0R0J R 609 RAB4CQ681J
R 701 RAB4CQ104J
R 201 RS1/16S104J B
R 202 RAB4CQ681J R 702 RS1/16S222J
R 203 RS1/16S0R0J R 703 RS1/16S681J
R 204 RS1/16S0R0J R 704 RAB4CQ222J
R 205 RS1/16S103J R 705 RAB4CQ681J
R 706 RS1/16S473J
R 206 RS1/16S393J
R 207 RS1/16S0R0J R 707 RS1/16S473J
R 209 RS1/16S0R0J R 708 RS1/16S222J
R 210 RS1/16S0R0J R 709 RS1/16S222J
R 211 RS1/16S0R0J R 711 RAB4CQ104J
R 712 RS1/16S473J
R 212 RS1/16S562J
R 213 RS1/16S153J R 713 RS1/16S681J C
R 214 RS1/16S123J R 714 RS1/16S473J
R 215 RS1/16S0R0J R 715 RAB4CQ222J
R 216 RS1/16S0R0J R 716 RS1/16S103J
R 718 RS1/16S473J
R 217 RS1/16S0R0J
R 220 RS1/16S471J R 719 RS1/16S104J
R 221 RS1/16S681J R 720 RS1/16S103J
R 298 RS1/16S0R0J R 724 RS1/16S104J
R 301 RS1/16S103J R 727 RS1/16S0R0J
R 734 RS1/16S104J
R 302 RS1/16S153J
R 303 RS1/16S103J R 736 RS1/16S681J
R 304 RS1/16S103J R 739 RS1/16S473J D
R 305 RS1/16S272J R 741 RS1/16S104J
R 306 RS1/16S272J R 742 RS1/16S222J
R 743 RS1/16S681J
R 307 RS1/16S182J
R 308 RS1/16S272J R 758 RS1/16S153J
R 309 RS1/16S682J R 759 RS1/16S103J
R 310 RS1/16S822J R 760 RS1/16S433J
R 311 RS1/16S103J R 767 RS1/16S154J
R 775 RAB4CQ681J
R 312 RS1/16S681J
R 313 RS1/16S103J CAPACITORS
R 314 RS1/16S153J
R 315 RS1/16S153J C 101 CKSRYB103K25 E
R 316 RS1/16S153J C 102 CKSRYB104K25
C 103 CEVL101M10
R 317 RS1/16S103J C 104 CEVL470M6R3
R 318 RS1/16S103J C 105 CKSRYB224K16
R 319 RS1/16S102J
R 320 RS1/16S392J C 106 CKSRYB224K16
R 322 RS1/16S103J C 107 CKSRYB224K16
C 201 CKSRYB104K25
R 323 RS1/16S103J C 202 CEVL220M16
R 324 RS1/16S103J C 203 CKSRYB473K25
R 325 RS1/16S103J
R 501 RS1/16S0R0J C 204 CKSRYB182K50
R 504 RS1/16S331J C 205 CKSRYB104K25 F
C 206 CKSRYB152K50
R 508 RS1/16S472J C 207 CKSRYB224K16
R 511 RS1/16S0R0J C 208 CCSRCH180J50

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1 2 3 4

Circuit Symbol and No. Part NamePart No. Circuit Symbol and No. Part NamePart No.
Unit Name:PCB Unit(LED)
C 209 CCSRCK2R0C50
A C 210 CCSRCH181J50 D 31 Chip LED CL205IRXTU
C 211 CCSRCH510J50 D 32 Chip LED CL205IRXTU
C 212 CKSRYB682K50 S 31 Spring Switch(CAMLOAD) CSN1052
C 213 CKSRYB104K25 S 32 Spring Switch(CAMEOK) CSN1052
R 31 RS1/16S0R0J
C 214 CKSRYB104K25
C 215 CKSRYB103K25
C 216
C 217
C 218
CKSRYB104K25
CKSRYB104K25
CKSRYB104K25
G
Unit Number:CWX2611
C 219 CKSRYB104K25 Unit Name:PCB Unit
C 220 CKSRYB104K25
B C 221 CEVL470M6R3 L 1 Inductor CTF1389
C 222 CKSRYB104K25 S 41 Spring Switch(LOAD3) CSN1051
C 223 CKSRYB102K50

C 224
C 225
C 301
CKSRYB104K25
CKSRYB103K25
CEVL101M10
F
C 302 CKSRYB224K16
Unit Number:CWX2613
C 303 CKSRYB224K16 Unit Name:PCB Unit(Side)
C 304 10µF/10V CCH1349 MISCELLANEOUS
C 305 CKSRYB224K16
C 306 10µF/10V CCH1349 S 11 Spring Switch(CAMCLMP) CSN1052
C C 307 CKSRYB224K16 VR11 Semi-fixed 1kΩ(B) CCP1338
C 309 CKSYB475K16
RESISTORS
C 501 CKSRYB102K50
C 502 CKSRYB104K25 R 11 RS1/16S562J
C 503 CKSRYB104K25 R 12 RS1/16S562J
C 505 CKSRYB104K25 R 13 RS1/10S391J
C 506 CKSRYB104K25 R 14 RS1/10S391J
R 15 RS1/16S0R0J
C 508 CKSRYB104K25
C 509 CKSRYB104K25 R 16 RS1/16S0R0J
C 601 CEVL220M6R3
C 602 CEVL220M6R3
C 701 CKSRYB104K25
CAPACITORS
D
C 12 CKSRYB104K25
C 702 CKSRYB104K25
C 703 CKSRYB103K25

H
C 704 CKSRYB103K25
C 705 CKSRYB104K25
C 706 CKSRYB104K25
Unit Number:
C 707 CKSRYB103K25 Unit Name:PCB Unit(M2 Unit)
C 708 CKSRYB473K25
MISCELLANEOUS

E E IC1
S1
IC
Switch(HOME)
BA6849FS
CSN1057
Unit Number: S2 Switch(CLAMP) CSN1057
Unit Name:PCB Unit(Load)
RESISTORS
Q 21 Photo-transistor CPT231SCTU
Q 22 Photo-transistor CPT231SCTU R1 RS1/16S221J
L 21 Inductor LCYBR15J1608 R2 RS1/16S221J
L 22 Inductor LCYBR15J1608 R3 RS1/16S4R7J
S 21 Spring Switch(LOAD1) CSN1051 R4 RS1/16S1R0J

S 22 Spring Switch(LOAD2) CSN1052 CAPACITORS

C1 CKSRYB104K16

D
F

Unit Number:CWX2614
62 FX-MG8527ZT/UC
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5 6 7 8

Circuit Symbol and No. Part NamePart No. Circuit Symbol and No. Part NamePart No.

I C 255

C 256
CKSRYB103K50

CKSRYB103K50 A
Unit Number:EWM1043 C 271 CEH1R0M50
Unit Name:Deck Unit C 272 CKSRYB104K16
C 301 CKSRYB104K16
MISCELLANEOUS C 302 CKSRYB104K16

IC251 IC HA12216F C 309 CKSRYB104K16


IC351 IC PA2020A C 310 CKSRYB104K16
Q 271 Transistor 2SC4116 C 351 CKSQYB224K25
D 352 Diode 1SS355 C 352 CKSRYB392K50
VR301 Semi-fixed 33kΩ(B) CCP1280 C 353 CKSRYB103K50

VR302 Semi-fixed 33kΩ(B) CCP1280 C 354 CKSRYB103K50


C 355 CKSQYB104K50 B
C 356 CKSRYB103K50
RESISTORS
C 401 CKSRYB392K50
C 402 CKSRYB334K10
R 255 RS1/16S181J
R 256 RS1/16S181J
C 403 CKSRYB223K25
R 257 RS1/16S183J
C 404 CKSRYB103K50
R 258 RS1/16S183J
C 405 CKSRYB333K16
R 259 RS1/16S133J

J
R 260 RS1/16S133J
R 261 RS1/16S274J
R 262 RS1/16S274J
R 271 RS1/16S183J Unit Number:EWM1041
R 272 RS1/8S0R0J Unit Name:Sensor Unit C

R 273 RS1/8S0R0J
MISCELLANEOUS
R 275 RS1/16S473J
R 276 RS1/16S104J
L 101 Inductor CTF1546
R 277 RS1/16S224J
L 102 Inductor CTF1546
R 278 RS1/16S104J
S 101 Switch(LOAD) ESG1007
S 102 Switch(MODE) ESG1007
R 281 RS1/8S0R0J
S 103 Switch(70µS) ESG1007
R 282 RS1/8S0R0J
R 283 RS1/8S0R0J
Q 101 Photo-reflector EGN1004
R 284 RS1/8S0R0J
R 285 RS1/8S0R0J
Miscellaneous Parts List D
R 286 RS1/8S0R0J
R 287 RS1/8S0R0J M1 Motor Unit(MAIN) EXA1618
R 288 RS1/8S0R0J M2 Motor Unit(SUB) EXA1623
R 292 RS1/8S0R0J HD1 Head Assy EXA1594
R 296 RS1/16S0R0J M1 Motor Unit(-A)(CAMGEAR) CXB7527
M2 Motor Unit(-B)(ELEVATION) CXB7526
R 321 RS1/8S0R0J
R 351 RS1/16S102J M3 Motor Unit(-A)(CRG) CXB7517
R 352 RS1/16S102J VR1 Variable Resistor 10kΩ CCW1023
R 353 RS1/16S102J PU Unit(Service)(PX1) CXX1569
R 354 RS1/16S102J

R 355 RS1/16S274J E
R 362 RS1/8S301J
R 373 RS1/16S0R0J
R 374 RS1/8S0R0J
R 375 RS1/16S0R0J

R 401 RS1/16S153J
R 402 RS1/16S332J
R 403 RS1/16S911J
R 404 RS1/16S274J

CAPACITORS

C 251 CKSRYB391K50 F
C 252 CKSRYB391K50
C 253 CKSRYB391K50
C 254 CKSRYB391K50

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6. ADJUSTMENT
6.1 CONNECTION DIAGRAM
A
- System 1

FX-MG8527ZT/UC GM-8027ZT/E
FX-MG8727ZT/UC AMP(M/L)

H/U AMP

20P 12P 20P 25P 16P

B
20P 25P 16P

GGD1240 GGD1169

Bullet connector Bullet connector


(To DC Regulated Power Supply) SP Line
C

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- System 2
FX-MG8527ZT/UC
A
FX-MG8727ZT/UC

H/U

20P 20P 12P

20P 20P 12P 6P 10P 14P

GGD1302
B
Bullet connector
(To DC Regulated Power Supply) GM-8027ZT/E
AMP(M/L)

AMP

25P 16P
Bullet connector
(To DC Regulated Power Supply)
25P 16P
GGD1240 C
Bullet connector GGD1169
SP Line

FR+ FR- 18P 10P

RSA Controller

24P

24P

32P 24P

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1 2 3 4

- System 3
FX-MG8527ZT/UC
A FX-MG8727ZT/UC

H/U

20P 20P 12P

20P 20P 12P 6P 10P 14P

GGD1305

B
Bullet connector
(To DC Regulated Power Supply)
GM-8027ZT/E Bullet connector
AMP(M/L) (To DC Regulated Power Supply)

AMP

25P 16P

25P 16P
C GGD1240 GGD1169 18P 10P
FR+
Bullet connector FR-
SP Line

GGD1306
24P 10P 32P
SDVD(PANA)
24P 10P 32P
20P
RSE-ECU
D
20P
20P 12P 16P

20P

E
AV Unit

16P

Rear Display(F-TEN)
16P

16P

16P
F Bullet connector
(To DC Regulated Power Supply)

66 FX-MG8527ZT/UC
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5 6 7 8

6.2 AUDIO, TUNER ADJUSTMENT

- Connection Diagram BACK UP +13.2V


DC Regulated
ACC GND Power Supply

GND

B
MAIN UNIT

Extention Cord GGD1121

DECK UNIT
DECK UNIT

FM/AM TUNER UNIT


Pin2 C
VR301
VR302
VR561

IC601
CN251

Pin3

L-CH
R-CH
mV
Meter(1)
D

DOLBY B NR ADJUSTMENT
No. Test Tape Adjustment Point Adjustment Method
(Switch Position)
1 NCT-150 VR301(Lch),VR302(Rch) mV Meter(1) : –8.24dBm(300mV)±1dB
(400Hz,200nwb/m) (DOLBY NR Switch : OFF)

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1 2 3 4

AM NOISE CANCELER ADJUSTMENT


Connection:
A

SSG
Output
FX-MG8527ZT/UC
2-signal pad AM dummy FX-MG8727ZT/UC
Noise meter

Pulse generator
(equivalent to HP8011A)

Setting of the pulse generator (setting of


superimposed pulse)

B Pulse width :50usec


4Vp-p(EMF)
Pulse intervals :5msec
50us
Pulse voltage :4Vp-p

5ms

Adjustment:
1. Setting of SSG
Receiving frequency : 1,000 kHz
Percentage modulation : 30%
Modulation frequency : 400 Hz
Antenna input : 74 dBuV (EMF)
C
2. Tune a RADIO to the "1,000 kHz" with 1' condition.
3. .Mix signal with the above-mentioned pulse and
SSG' moduration OFF.
4. Variable resistance adjust noise level to a
minimam.
Adjustment point : VR561

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5 6 7 8

6.3 TEST MODE


[1] + [6] + [DISC]: 3 times Key to be pressed
DIAG IN Operation A
P190 Display

[DISC] + [UP] [3] + [UP] [4] + [DOWN]


PBUS Test Mode In External CD-CH Internal CD-CH
PBUS TEST Test Mode In Error number displayed
(*1) CD ERRXX

[DISC]: for 1.7 seconds


DIAG End [3] + [DOWN]
Normal display External CD-CH
B
Error number displayed
Notes:
CD ERRXX
*1) Depending on the state of DIAG

[DISC] *2) Note that the test mode is cancelled in the system microcomputer
CD On by switching the ACC OFF and ON, but that it is not in the CD microcomputer.
CD * Use the reset function for complete cancellation of the test mode.
(*: Disc number)

To the CD Test Mode

Rest the Microcomputer to


return to the normal mode.(*2)

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6.4 CD ADJUSTMENT
1) Precautions on Adjustment 2) Description of the Test Mode
A • Turning on the Test Mode
• The unit employs a single voltage (+5V) for the regu-
lator, thus the reference potential of the signal is See page 69.
REFO (approximately 2.5V) rather than GND. • Ending the Test Mode
Inadvertent contact of REFO and GND during adjust- Apply the reset (the reset will be applied two minutes
ment can result not only in disabling normal potential after the power is turned from off).
measurement but also in exposing the pickup to • Operation of TR JUMPs (except 100TR) continues
strong impacts due to malfunctioning of the servo. after your finger has left the key. CRG, MOVE and
Therefore, you are requested to observe the following 100TR JUMP are forced to the tracking close mode as
precautions. soon as the key is released.
• Make sure that the negative probe of the measuring • Turning the power on or off resets the JUMP MODE
instrument is not connected to REFO or GND. Special to the Single TR.
B care must be exercised so that the channel 1 negative
probe may not be connected to the oscilloscope and
the channel 2 negative probe to GND. Since the
frame of the measuring instrument is usually at the
same potential as the negative probe, the frame of
the measuring instrument must be changed to float-
ing status.
When REFO is inadvertently connected to GND, you
must immediately turn off the regulator or power
supply.
• The regulator must be turned off before mounting or
dismounting filters or wiring materials.
C • You should not start adjustment or measurement
immediately after the regulator is turned on. It is rec-
ommended to run the player for approximately one
minute so that it may stabilize.
• When the test mode is turned on, various protective
functions from the software become unavailable.
Thus, you must make sure that undesirable electric or
mechanical shocks are not be given to the system.
• This model employs a photo-transistor for detecting
discs at their loading or ejection. Thus, if its outer
case is removed during repair work and internal parts
are exposed to light of strong intensity, malfunctions
D including the following can result:
∗ The eject button becomes inoperable during play.
Pressing the eject button does not eject a disc and
play is continued.
∗ Loading becomes unavailable.
If a malfunction is recognized, appropriate remedial
actions must be taken. Such actions include chang-
ing the light source position, changing the unit posi-
tion and applying a cover to the photo-transistor.
• When you press the EJECT key to eject a disc, you
must not touch any other key until the ejection is
complete.
E
• If you press the UP or DOWN for the focus search in
the test mode, you must turn the power off immedi-
ately. (Otherwise, the lens will be forced to stick to
the top or bottom, potentially resulting in the burning
of the actuator.)

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- Flow Chart [1]+[6]+[DISC]3times


Diag Mode In

A
[DISC]+[SEEK UP]
Test Mode In

[Key] [DISC] 3sec


Diag off
Contents
Display

[DISC]
Source CD

TRK MIN SEC

[SEEK DOWN] [6]


B
[TEXT] [5] [2]
Power ON Power ON RF AMP Gain Select *1 Mechanism Test Mode
New Test Mode
(T.OFFSET adjustment required) (T.OFFSET adjustment not required) Initial State
TRK MIN SEC TRK MIN SEC TRK MIN SEC TRK MIN SEC
00 00 00 99 99 99 00 00 00 TRK MIN SEC
72 00 00

[TEXT] [5] [6] [1] [SEEK UP] [SEEK DOWN]


[2]
Power Off Focus Close/S-curve/ *2 Tracking Servo Auto Adjustment Display
Focus Mode Select CRG+ CRG-
F, F0 Measurement Close Select *3
TRK MIN SEC TRK MIN SEC TRK MIN SEC TRK MIN SEC TRK MIN SEC TRK MIN SEC
91 91 91 0x 0x 0x 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 TRK MIN SEC
or or or ?? ?? ??
TRK MIN SEC TRK MIN SEC TRK MIN SEC
99 99 99 99 99 99 99 99 99

[TEXT] [1] [6] [5] [SEEK UP] [SEEK DOWN] [2]


Power Off Tracking Close Tracking Close Rough Servo and RF AGC/ Tracking Balance
CRG+ CRG-
(AGC, Applicable Servo)
TRK MIN SEC
(No AGC, Applicable Servo)
TRK MIN SEC
RF AGC Factor Display *9
TRK MIN SEC TRK MIN SEC TRK MIN SEC
Adjustment
TRK MIN SEC
C
TRK MIN SEC
xx xx xx xx xx xx ?? ?? ?? or
8x 8x 8x or
8x 8x 8x 8x 8x 8x
TRK MIN SEC TRK MIN SEC
9x 9x 9x 9x 9x 9x

[TEXT] [1] [5] [6] [SEEK UP] [SEEK DOWN] [2]


Power Off F,T,RF AGC *7 F,T AGC and CRG/TR Jump Count *4 *4
CRG+/TR Jump+ CRG–/TR Jump– Trackig Open
Display Switching RF AGC Select *5
TRK MIN SEC TRK MIN SEC TRK MIN SEC TRK MIN SEC TRK MIN SEC TRK MIN SEC TRK MIN SEC
?? ?? ?? xx xx xx xx xx xx xx xx xx xx xx xx or
8x 8x 8x
TRK MIN SEC
9x 9x 9x
*6

[TEXT] [2]
Power Off Trackig Open
TRK MIN SEC TRK
or
8x
MIN
8x
SEC
8x D
TRK MIN SEC
9x 9x 9x

*1) TYP → -6dB → -12dB


TRK MIN SEC TRK MIN SEC TRK MIN SEC [Key] Operation
06 06 06 12 12 12
Test Mode New Test Mode
[TEXT] Power ON/OFF Error occurrence time/
*2) Focus Close → S.Curve Check → LD Off Cause display switching
TRK MIN SEC TRK MIN SEC TRK MIN SEC
00 00 00 01 01 01 02 02 02 [SEEK UP] CRG+/TR Jump+
(TRK MIN SEC ) (Toward outer perimeter) SEEK UP
99 99 99
[SEEK DOWN] CRG-/TR Jump-
*3) F.Offset Display → RF Offset Display → T.Bal Display → Rough Servo. (Toward inner perimeter) SEEK DOWN
[1] Tracking close and AGC and Applicable
( F.Cancel value servo / AGC , AGC display switching
= (Upper 8 bits of the setting (7F[H] to 80[H] + 128)/4 [2] RF gain select / Offset adjustment display/
= 63[D] to 32[D] to 00[D]). Tracking balance adjustment / Tracking open
[5] Focus Close, S.Curve / E
*4) Single TR /4TR / 10TR / 32TR / 100TR Rough Servo/ RF AGC / F,T, RF AGC
*5) Single TR → 4 TR → 10 TR → 32 TR → 100 TR → CRG Move [6] Focus mode select / Tracking close /
9X(8X):91(81) 92(82) 93(83) 94(84) 95(85) 96(86) CRG.TR jump select
[LOAD] DISC load DISC load
*6) Only for the CRG Move and 100TR modes [EJECT] DISC eject DISC eject
*7) Track No. / Min / Sec → F.AGC Gain → T.AGC Gain → RF AGC Gain [4] (DISC UP) DISC UP
DISC UP
(F.T. AGC Gain = (Current value/Initial value) x 20) [3] (DISC DOWN) DISC DOWN DISC DOWN
*8) CRG motor voltage : 2 [ V ]
*9)The first press displays the RF AGC coefficient. The second one or after performs the rough servo and RF AGC adjustments, and then displays the RF AGC coefficient.
• In all TR Jump modes except for 100TR, track jump operation continues even after the key is released.
In the CRG Move and 100TR Jump modes, the tracking servo loop closes at the same time when the key is released.
• When the power is turned off and on, the jump mode, the RF AMP gain
setting, and the auto adjustment values are reset to the Single TR (91),0dB, and the factory setting respectively.
Note: When you pressed the [SEEK UP] or [SEEK DOWN] key during the Focus Search, you must turn the power off immediately F
(otherwise, the lens can stick resulting in actuator damages).

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6.5 CHECKING THE GRATING AFTER CHANGING THE PICKUP UNIT

• Note :
The grating angle of the PU unit cannot be adjusted after the PU unit is changed. The PU unit in the CD mecha-
nism module is adjusted on the production line to match the CD mechanism module and is thus the best adjusted
PU unit for the CD mechanism module. Changing the PU unit is thus best considered as a last resort. However, if
the PU unit must be changed, the grating should be checked using the procedure below.

• Purpose :
To check that the grating is within an acceptable range when the PU unit is changed.

• Symptoms of Mal-adjustment :
B
If the grating is off by a large amount symptoms such as being unable to close tracking, being unable to perform
track search operations, or taking a long time for track searching.

• Method :
• Measuring Equipment • Oscilloscope, Two L.P.F.
• Measuring Points • E, F, REFO
• Disc • ABEX TCD-784
• Mode • TEST MODE

C CONTROL UNIT(G2T)

L.P.F.

Xch Ych
E 100kΩ
Oscilloscope
REFO 390pF

E
F

F 100kΩ

REFO 390pF

L.P.F.
D REFO

• Checking Procedure
1. In test mode, load the disc and switch the 5V regulator on.
2. Using the SEEK UP and SEEK DOWN buttons, move the PU unit to the innermost track.
3. Press key 5 to close focus, the display should read "91". Press key 2 to implement the tracking balance adjust-
ment the display should now read "81". Press key 5 4 times. The display will change, returning to "81" on the
fourth press.
4. As shown in the diagram above, monitor the LPF outputs using the oscilloscope and check that the phase differ-
ence is within 75° . Refer to the photographs supplied to determine the phase angle.
5. If the phase difference is determined to be greater than 75° try changing the PU unit to see if there is any
improvement. If, after trying this a number of times, the grating angle does not become less than 75° then the
E mechanism should be judged to be at fault.
• Note
Because of eccentricity in the disc and a slight misalignment of the clamping center the grating waveform may be
seen to "wobble" ( the phase difference changes as the disc rotates). The angle specified above indicates the aver-
age angle.

• Hint
Reloading the disc changes the clamp position and may decrease the "wobble".

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Grating waveform Ech → Xch 20mV/div, AC


Fch → Ych 20mV/div, AC
A

0° 30°

45° 60°

75° 90°

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6.6 TEST MODE(CD)


[Key] [1] + [6] + [DSIC]: 3 times
DIAG Mode In
Operation

A Display

[SEEK UP] + [DISC]


Test Mode In

PBUS TEST

[DISC]: for 3 seconds


DIAG Off

[CD] or [DISC]
Source CD

TRK MIN SEC


** ** **

B3H
Mech Test In
B TRK
Initial state
MIN SEC
72 ** **

[1] [5] [2] [6] [RDS] [TEXT]


CAM MOTOR LOAD MOTOR ELV MOTOR DISC CLAMP SELECTION
Mech Test In
Selection Selection Selection SELECTION RESET
TRK MIN SEC TRK MIN SEC TRK MIN SEC TRK MIN SEC TRK MIN SEC TRK MIN SEC
72 01 ** 72 02 ** 72 02 ** 72 03 ** 72 ** ** ** ** **

Manual test
Select the motor you desire to move by using one of the following four keys: [1] , [2] , [5] , and [6] .
After selecting the motor, use the [SEEK UP] or [SEEK DOWN] key tomove the selected motor. While the key is being pressed, the motor will keep
moving. Track Minute Second
Display 72 01 **

1. To select the CAM motor, Mech test mote


CAM motor selected
press the [1] key.
For the CAM PLAY direction, E L C P Key Operation
use the [SEEK UP] key. L I L L
C For the CAM ELV direction, V F M A
T P Y [TEXT] To the mech test initial state
use the [SEEK DOWN] key. CAM1P CAM1P CAM1P CAM1P CAM1P
Moves the motor selected by one of the keys B3H to B6H,
(01H) (01H) (01H) (01H) (01H) [SEEK UP] in the FWD direction. The motor keeps moving while the key is pressed.
Moves the motor selected by one of the keys B3H to B6H,
[SEEK DOWN] in the REV direction. The motor keeps moving while the key is pressed.
bit2:CamEokSW OFF
[1] Selects the CAM motor.
ON
bit1:CamloadSW OFF [2] Selects the ELV motor.
ON
bit0:CamclampSW OFF [5] Selects the LOAD motor.
ON Selects the DISC CLAMP.
[6]

The states of the CAM switches [TYPE] Selection reset.

2. To select the ELV motor, Track Minute Second

D press the [2] key. Display 72 02 **


For the ELV UP direction,
use the [SEEK UP] key. Eudpzt (ELV position x2)
Mech test mote
For the ELV DOWN direction, ELV motor selected
use the [SEEK DOWN] key.
Track Minute Second

3. To select the LOAD motor, Display 72 00 **


emp Half fill

press the [5] key. (Default) bit12:loadpht OFF


ON
For loading, use the [SEEK UP] key. Mech test mote bit11:loadsidesw
LOAD motor selected OFF
For ejection, use the [SEEK DOWN] key. ON
bit10:loadoksw OFF
ON The states of the loading switches
4. To select the SPDL claws, press the [6] key.
Caution: SPDL claw test should be performed in the servo test mode. The
SPDL claws are controlled by the servo systems and the switches conditions
cannot be checked in the mechanical test mode.
Track Minute Second
E
To open the claws, use the [SEEK UP] key. Display 72 03 00
To close the claws, use the [SEEK DOWN] key.
Mech test mote 0 fixed
SPDL claws selected
Track Minute Second
Durability test
To enter the durability test modes, press the [TYPE] key. Display ** ** **
To exit from the test modes, press one of the keys [1], [2], [5], and [6].
The number of loops (Max. 999)
Mech test mode (72)
1. LOAD durability test (Load <-> Eject)
At the door open position (disc insertion/eject position), insert a disc and press An error occurs.
the [TYPE] key.
Error mode display
2. CAM durability test (Play <-> ELVOK)
At any position between CAM4P and CAM5P (display: 06, 04), press the [TYPE]
key.

F 3. LIFT durability test (Current disc <-> Door Open)


At any position between CAM2P and CAM3P (display: 05, 07), press the [TYPE]
key.

4. ELV durability test (ELV1F <-> 6F)


At the CAM1P position (display: 01), press the [TYPE] key.

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- Electrical and servo errors


AVC-LAN
Mode Digit Code Name Descriptions error code A

Electrical error 1,2 A0 VD power NG VD power abnormal ERROR 4


1,2 A1 Mech Vref NG Mech elevation reference voltage abnormal ERROR 4
3,4 At the occurrence of error, motor control output (*6)
Servo error 1,2 10 Carriage home NG The CRG cannot move to inner tracks or move from inner tracks. ERROR 3
1,2 11 Focus search NG No focus ERROR 1
1,2 12 Spindle Lock NG Subcode No spindle lock. Sub codes cannot be read. ERROR 1
1,2 14 Mirror NG Not applicable to the G2 mech.
1,2 17 Setup NG AGC protection does not function. Focus is easily unlocked. ERROR 1
1,2 19 Tracking Balance NG Not applicable
1,2 30 Search time-out Cannot reach the target address. ERROR 1
3 At the occurrence of error, claw switch value B
4 The rotation rate does not satisfy the spec.

- Mechanical errors
AVC-LAN
Mode Digit Code Name Descriptions error code
Waiting for disc pulled out 1,2 20 CAMRST Forced ejection Waiting for disc pulled out ERROR 3
1,2 21 WTLOAD Forced ejection Waiting for disc pulled out ERROR 3
1,2 22 EJCTON Forced ejection Waiting for disc pulled out ERROR 3
1,2 23 SEJPCK Forced ejection Waiting for disc pulled out ERROR 3
1,2 24 HLFLOAD Forced ejection Waiting for disc pulled out ERROR 3
1,2 25 DINSRDY Forced ejection Waiting for disc pulled out ERROR 3 C
1,2 26 LIFTDN LIFTUP Forced ejection Waiting for disc pulled out ERROR 3
3 The m2stat value at the original error followed by forced ejection (*3)
4 The LOAD SW value (3 bits) at the forced ejection end:
CAM Err 1,2 51 MFWDTO CAM motor FWD time-out error during TRAY UP operation ERROR 3
1,2 52 MREVTO CAM motor REV time-out error during TRAY UP operation ERROR 3
1,2 5a MFWDTO CAM motor FWD time-out error during TRAY DN operation ERROR 3
1,2 5b MREVTO CAM motor REV time-out error during TRAY DN operation ERROR 3
1,2 5e MFWD2TO CAM motor FWD2 time-out error during TRAY DN operation ERROR 3
1,2 61 MFWDTO CAM motor FWD time-out error during CRG OUT operation ERROR 3
1,2 62 MREVTO CAM motor REV time-out error during CRG OUT operation ERROR 3
1,2 64 MLSWNG LOAD SW ON stuck error during CRG OUT operation ERROR 3
1,2 66 MREV2TO CAM motor REV2 time-out error during CRG OUT operation ERROR 3 D
1,2 6a MFWDTO CAM motor FWD time-out error during CRG IN operation ERROR 3
1,2 6b MREVTO CAM motor REV time-out error during CRG IN operation ERROR 3
1,2 71 MFWDTO CAM motor FWD time-out error during ELV IN operation ERROR 3
1,2 72 MREVTO CAM motor REV time-out error during ELV IN operation ERROR 3
1,2 7a MFWDTO CAM motor FWD time-out error during ELV OUT operation ERROR 3
1,2 7b MREVTO CAM motor REV time-out error during ELV OUT operation ERROR 3
1,2 7d MLSWNG LOAD SW ON stuck error during ELV OUT operation ERROR 3
1,2 7f MREV2TO CAM motor REV2 time-out error during ELV OUT operation ERROR 3
1,2 81 MFWDTO CAM motor FWD time-out error during EIN_EXP operation ERROR 3
1,2 82 MREVTO CAM motor REV time-out error during EIN_EXP operation ERROR 3
1,2 8a MFWDTO CAM motor FWD time-out error during CIN_EXP operation ERROR 3 E
1,2 8b MREVTO CAM motor REV time-out error during CIN_EXP operation ERROR 3
1,2 aa MOVERCNT CAM SW has not been determined during CAM operation (Chatter remains.) ERROR 3
3 The OK stop position at the last elevation operation (*4)
4 The CAM SW value (3 bits) before retry (with the first error)
CAMRST Err 1,2 91 MFWDTO ELV motor FWD time-out error during CAMRST operation ERROR 3
1,2 92 MREVTO ELV motor REV time-out error during CAMRST operation ERROR 3
1,2 93 MOVERCNT Over-count error during CAMRST operation ERROR 3
1,2 94 MSPDERR The claws do not close during CAMRST operation. ERROR 3

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AVC-LAN
Mode Digit Code Name Descriptions error code
A 1,2 96 MREV2TO Overrun error during CAMRST operation ERROR 3
3 The CAM SW value (3 bits) before operation
4 The ELV stop position before operation (*5)
Claw Err 1,2 9a MSPDERR The claws do not close during DSKFREE operation. ERROR 3
1,2 9b MSPDERR The claws do not open during DSKLOCK operation. ERROR 3
1,2 9c MSPDERR The claws do not close during CLWCLSE operation. ERROR 3
1,2 9d MSPDERR The claws do not open during CLWOPEN operation. ERROR 3
3 The CAM SW value (3 bits) with the claw error
4 The CLAW SW values before and after the error stop (2 bits each)
DISCSEL Err 1,2 b1 MFWDTO ELV motor FWD time-out error during DISCSEL operation ERROR 3
1,2 b2 MREVTO ELV motor REV time-out error during DISCSEL operation ERROR 3
B 1,2 b3 MODERCNT Over-count error during DISCSEL operation ERROR 3
1,2 b6 MREV2TO Overrun error during DISCSEL DISC operation ERROR 3
3 The target disc No.
4 The ELV error stop position before retry (*5)
LIFT Err (*2) 1,2 c1 MFWDTO ELV motor FWD time-out error during LIFT UP operation ERROR 3
1,2 c2 MREVTO ELV motor REV time-out error during LIFT UP operation ERROR 3
1,2 c3 MODERCNT Over-count error during LIFT UP operation ERROR 3
1,2 c6 MREV2TO Overrun error during LIFT UP operation ERROR 3
1,2 d1 MFWDTO ELV motor FWD time-out error during LIFT DN operation ERROR 3
1,2 d2 MREVTO ELV motor REV time-out error during LIFT DN operation ERROR 3
1,2 d3 MOVERCNT Over-count error during LIFT DN operation ERROR 3
1,2 d4 MLSWNG DISC IN (SIDE SW ON) is sensed during door close operation. ERROR 3
C 1,2 d6 MREV2TO Overrun error during LIFT DN operation ERROR 3
1,2 d7 MLSW2NG "Pinched disc" is sensed during LIFT DN operation (within the range of +/-1LSB, 200ms continued) ERROR 3
3 Current disc No.
4 The ELV error stop position before retry (*5)
error ERROR 3 1,2 90 BACKUP_NG CAMRST Forced ejection Door open/close error ERROR 3
1,2 eb MLSWNG LOAD SW error during HLFLOAD operation ERROR 3
1,2 ed MLSWNG LOAD SW error during SEJPCK operation ERROR 3
1,2 fb MLSWNG LOAD SW error during DINSRDY operation ERROR 3
1,2 e0 BACKUP_NG Backup NG during EJCTON operation ERROR 3
1,2 e2 MREVTO MREVTO error during EJCTON operation ERROR 3
1,2 e6 MREV2TO MREV2TO error during EJCTON operation ERROR 3
1,2 f0 BACKUP_NG Backup NG during WTLOAD operation ERROR 3
D
1,2 f1 MFWDTO MFWDTO time-out error during WTLOAD operation ERROR 3
1,2 f2 MREVTO SIDE SW ON with OK SW ON waiting retry during WTLOAD operation ERROR 3
1,2 f3 MCHTERR Incomplete insertion error during WTLOAD operation ERROR 3
1,2 f4 MLSWNG OK SW ON but PHOTO ON during WTLOAD operation ERROR 3
1,2 f5 MFWD2TO MFWD2TO time-out error during WTLOAD operation ERROR 3
1,2 f6 MREV2TO OK SW ON waiting retry (3 times) during WTLOAD operation ERROR 3
1,2 f7 MLSW2NG SIDE SW ON at the OK SW ON waiting mode during WTLOAD operation ERROR 3
1,2 ab MOVERCNT The LOAD SW has not been determined during insertion/loading operation (Chatter remains.) ERROR 3
3 The LOAD SW value (3 bits) at the FEJCHK end
4 The ELV stop position at the FEJCHK end (*5)
New test mode 1,2 40 New test mode Focus NG after servo close ERROR 1
E 1,2 41 New test mode Lock NG after servo close ERROR 1
1,2 42 New test mode Sub code NG after servo close ERROR 1
1,2 43 New test mode Not applicable to the G2 mechanism. ERROR 1
3 The claw SW value at the occurrence of error
4 The rotation rate does not satisfy the spec.

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Notes:
*1) Insertion/ejection error is output only when door open/close error occurs with forced eject.
A

*2) LIFT error is output under the following conditions:


LIFTDN --> TLFTUP --> forced eject --> door open/close error

*3) The values of m2stat:


B.upNg=0, FwdTo=1, RevTo=2, Chata=3, OverCnt=4, SwNg=5, SpdNg=6,
Fwd2To=7, Rev2To=8, Sw2Ng=9

*4) The last results of chatter check (compared with the target center):
+8LSB=1, +7LSB=2, +6LSB=3, +5LSB=4, +4LSB=5, +3LSB=6, +2LSB=7,
+1/0LSB=8, -1/0LSB=8,-2LSB=9, -3LSB=a, -4LSB=b, -5LSB=c, -6LSB=d, -7LSB=e, -8LSB=f,
the others=0 B

*5) Basically the value of eudpzt except for the following case:
In case of eudpzt=1 and door close mode, eudpzt=e

*6) bit0: P_lo1, bit1: P_lo2, bit2: P_elv1, bit3: P_elv2, bit4: P_cg1, bit5: P_cg2,
bit6: P_elv_vol, bit7: P_lod_vol

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A

D
C

78
-Operations and functions
(1) Key operations

1
1

for Diagnosis IN All-element lighting mode SW check mode


(Note *1 )
All elements on the LCD are lit. (This is for checking if the LCD is lit normally.)
Note : In this mode, when any key except for TRACK UP is pressed, a beep will be heard once.
(2) Key operations
(You can check if pressing keys are accepted normally by hearing beeps.)
for Diagnosis OUT

(3) Key operations for entering Service check mode

(6)Key operations
Service check mode for Memory
clearance
Diagnosis memory
Normal (2) Key operations
The physical addresses for all devices connected to the AVC-LAN (including this product) are clearance
operation for Diagnosis OUT displayed. The current and past product conditions are checked by performing the system check
mode and collecting the diagnosis memory data. Each address check result is displayed as follows: "OK", Memory clearance < From the service check mode >
automatically ends. The diagnosis memory data
"Not connected", "Check", "Replace", "Old Version" or "No response".

2
2

(codes) for all devices connected


(5)Key operations for returning (4)Key operations for entering are cleared.
to the service check mode the details display mode < From the details display mode >
6.7 AVC-LAN DIAGNOSIS MODE

(6)Key operations
The diagnosis memory data for
for Memory devices selected is cleared.
Details display mode
clearance After memory clearance is
(2) Key operations
This mode is available only when the service check result is "Check", "Replace" or "Old completed, the mode is
for Diagnosis OUT Version". For each physical address, the following information is displayed: automatically shifted to the
- Logical address for the device where some failure occurs and the diagnosis codes service check mode.
(indicating details of the failure), which were obtained through system check

FX-MG8527ZT/UC
- In addition to the above data, sub-code (indicating the device with failure), connecting
confirmation no. (time stamp), and frequency of occurrence, which were obtained from
diagnosis memory data

3
3

-Key operations
(1) Diagnosis IN While pressing the CH1 and CH6 Note *1: To enter the diagnosis IN mode,
use the buttons on the head unit.
With three times of beep sound, the mode buttons simultaneously, press the
change operation completes. DISC button three times.
(2) Diagnosis OUT Keep the DISC button pressed for
1.7 seconds or more and turn the
ACC switch OFF.
(3) Entering the Service check mode. Press the TRACK UP button.
With a beep sound, the mode change completes.
(4) Entering the Details display mode. Press the CH2 button.
(5) Returning to the service check mode. Press the CH3 button.

4
4

(6)Clearing the Memory data Keep the CH5 button pressed for
1.7 seconds or more.
Change the display (forward) Press the TRACK UP button.
Change the display (backward) Press the TRACK DOWN button.
-Diagnosis mode display

Service check mode Details display mode (only in case of "Replace", "Check", or "Old Version")

After system check completes, the check results for the This mode is available only when the service check result is "Replace", "Check" or "Old Version".
5

5
devices connected to the AVC-LAN are displayed in To select this mode, press the CH2 key.
turn in order of physical address number as follows: "Physical address (for selected devices)"
"Physical address" The physical address number is displayed, whose check result details will follow it.
...The smallest physical address number is displayed Ex. P360
first, whose check result will follow it.
Ex. P190 Physical address number (CD-CH)
Physical address number "Diagnosis data source"
(radio cassette) The detailed items depend on the data source.
The physical address is displayed. Ex. SyS The data was obtained from Ex. COdE The data was obtained from diagnosis memory data.
"Check result" system check.
...The check result is displayed. "Logical address" "Logical address"...The same as that for the SyS data

6
6

Ex. good Normal (OK) The logical address number for the device "Diagnosis code"...The same as that for the SyS data
ECHn Replace with failure is displayed. "Sub code"...This code indicates the device with failure.
Details display
CHEC Check Ex. 1L_63 Ex. 1P_190
mode
OLd Old Version The sub code is displayed.
Logical address number (CD-CH)
"Physical address" The logical address is displayed. "Connecting confirmation number (when some failure
...The next physical address number is displayed. Serial number occurs)"... AVC-LAN time stamp
Ex. no01
"Diagnosis code" The connecting confirmation number (expressed in

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...The AVC-LAN time stamp is displayed. Ex. 1d_45 The connecting confirmation number is displayed.

7
7

"Frequency of occurrence"
Ex. no01 Diagnosis code (abnormal EJECT) ...The frequency of failures occurred
The connecting confirmation The diagnosis code is displayed. Ex. 1c_15
number is displayed.
The current connecting confirmation The frequency of occurrence expressed in the
number (expressed in the hexadecimal decimal number system.
number system by using 00 to FF) The frequency of occurrence is displayed.
The number increases by one each time one minute If there are two or more diagnosis codes, the diagnosis
passes. When 256 minutes pass, the indication data display will continue.
returns to 00.
8

8
79
E
A

D
C

F
B
F
E
B
A

D
C

80
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2 Physical address allocation
_
1
0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 A B C D E F
_
3 1
M.DISP New EMV New device device Audio ECU Audio H/U Rear TV Rear Control Multi-CD CD-CH AMP controlled
0 with AV New MM ECU
computer with AV SW decoder commander radio tuner

1
1

Europe GW
2 ECU Display
P_1_2_3
1-DIN
4 Consolidated Simple LCD Consolidated
Navigation inside panel Ex.P190
SW
Physical address
6 Gateway ECU
Europe navigation Rear TV with Navigation DISPLAY FM multiplex Fr controlled MD-CH
8 New 1-DIN TV DISP.M/U with SW commander
movie mode with controls DISPLAY SW
MONET Navigation Body
C Steering SW
ECU remote controller computer
Vehicle
E Information ECU
1,3,5,7,
9-B,D,F

_
1
0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 A B C D E F
2
Navigation H/W H/W TEL information Camera
0 ATIS VICS TV tuner
computer CD-CH DVD-CH ECU controller

2
2

8 DVD deck
1-7,
9-F

_
1
0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 A B C D E F
3
Radio cassette with 1DIN
0 Radio Cassette CD-P MD-P MD-CH DAT DCC
no CH controller CD-CH
TEL
8 ECU
1-7,
9-F

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0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 A B C D E
4 F
H/W
Equalizer DSP

3
3

0 AMP
1-F

_
1
0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 A B C D E F
5
GPS receiver ATIS decoder FM multiplex MD-CH CD-ROM MD-ROM TEL
0 CD-CH information
decoder -CH -CH
Radio wave
8 beacon May Day

C Optical beacon

1-7,9-8,D-F

_
1
0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 A B C D E
6 F

4
4

A/C computer Body


0 computer
1-F
Diagnosis code table
Logical Logical Diagnosis Diagnosis details Logical Logical Diagnosis Diagnosis details Logical Logical Diagnosis Diagnosis details
address name address code address name address code address name address code
Communi 01H 00 No diagnosis Radio 60H 10 AM tuner PLL unlocked Navigation 58H 10 Gyroscope abnormal
-cation 01 Abnormal reset 11 FM tuner PLL unlocked /GPS 80H 11 GPS receiver abnormal
control 10 Abnormal +B 40 No antenna connected 12 RTC abnormal
5

11 Abnormal ACC 41 Antenna power supply abnormal 13 SS section abnormal

5
12 Abnormal MUTE 42 Tuner power supply abnormal 14 No Time updating
13 Fuse broken 43 AM tuner abnormal 15 TCXO abnormal
20 Microcomputer - abnormal 44 FM tuner abnormal 16 PLL lock abnormal
21 ROM - abnormal 45 SW tuner abnormal 40 GPS antenna abnormal
22 RAM - abnormal TV tuner 40H 10 TV tuner PLL unlocked 41 GPS antenna power supply abnormal
23 Bus - abnormal 11 FRONTEND abnormal 42 Map disc reading abnormal
24 F-ROM - abnormal 40 TV divergence shifting error 43 SPD signal abnormal
25 V-RAM - abnormal 41 TV – no reception 44 Player abnormal
26 Gate allay abnormal 42 VNR screen error 45 High temperature abnormal
27 Paint controller abnormal 43 No antenna connected FM multiplex 54H 41 Antenna power supply abnormal
28 Backup memory abnormal 44 Antenna power supply abnormal (VICS), radio 84H 45 Radio wave beacon - no antenna connected
wave beacon,
29 Voice output controller abnormal 45 SEL +B current – small beacon, optical 5BH 46 Optical beacon - no antenna connected
2A Internal power supply abnormal 46 SEL +B current – large beacon, FM 83H 47 No FM antenna connected
multiplex (data),
30 Sync signal abnormal (input) Cassette 61H 10 Belt broken 82H 4A FM receiver abnormal
and FM
31 Sync signal abnormal (output) 40 Mechanical failure or cassette broken 9AH 4B Radio wave beacon abnormal

6
6

tape multiplex tuner


D0 ECU not connected 41 EJECT failure 4C Optical beacon abnormal
D1 Transmission abnormal 42 TAPE jamming Voice 85H 40 Voice-control activation SW abnormal
D2 Connecting confirmation: abnormal 43 Dirty head control 41 Voice-control Microphone abnormal
D4 Connecting confirmation: no response 44 Mech power supply abnormal Extended 02H 40 Multi-CD-CH (optical cable) abnormal
D5 Registered device data missing CD 43H 10 CD Mech abnormal communi 41 Multi-CD-CH (optical cable) not connected
(History of registered devices) CD-P 62H 11 CD loading/unloading abnormal -cation 42 Multi-CD-CH (CarNet) abnormal
D6 Master unavailable CD-CH 63H 12 CD lead-in abnormal 43 Multi-CD-CH (CarNet) not connected
D7 Connecting confirmation: abnormal 40 No disc loaded 50 HIT64 communication not connected
D8 Connecting confirmation: no response 41 Incorrect disc 51 HIT64 communication abnormal
D9 Last mode abnormal 42 Disc unreadable 52 HIT64 BRQ disconnection
DA Command/order: no response 43 CD-ROM abnormal 53 HIT64 BRQ short-circuit

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DB Mode status abnormal 44 CD abnormal 54 HIT64 disconnection
DC Transmission fault 45 EJECT abnormal 55 CarNet communication not connected
DD Master reset 46 Scratches or non-recorded side 56 CarNet communication abnormal
DE Slave reset 47 CD high temperature detected 57 CarNet periodical communication abnormal

7
7

DF Master abnormal 48 Excessive current detected Information 32H 10 Video circuit abnormal
E0 Registration completion 50 Tray IN/OUT abnormal display/front 34H 11 Back light abnormal (with no current)
acknowledgement error 51 Elevator abnormal monitors 12 Back light abnormal (with excessive current)
E1 Voice processor ON abnormal 52 Clamp abnormal 13 Panel open/close mechanical operation abnormal
E2 ON/OFF command or parameter abnormal MD 64H 10 MD mech abnormal 40 Front seat monitor abnormal
E3 Registration command transmission MD-CH 65H 11 MD IN/OUT abnormal 41 Heater abnormal
E4 Multiple frames intermit. 12 MD lead-in abnormal SW, Audio 21H 10 Panel SW abnormal
FF Diagnosis - no response 40 No disc loaded SW, SW 23H 11 Touch SW failure
shifting,
41 Incorrect disc Command 24H
42 Disc unreadable SW 25H
43 MD-ROM abnormal TEL ECU, 57H 10 TEL ECU abnormal
44 MD abnormal TEL 68H 40 Communication serial lines abnormal
45 EJECT error 41 Wireless PWR lines abnormal
46 Scratches or non-recorded side
47
8

MD high temperature detected

8
48 Excessive current detected
50 Tray IN/OUT abnormal
51 Elevator abnormal
52 Clamp abnormal

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E
A

D
C

F
B
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7. GENERAL INFORMATION
7.1 DIAGNOSIS
A 7.1.1 DISASSEMBLY

- Removing the Grille Assy (Fig.1)

1 Remove the three screws.

Disconnect the connector and then remove the


Grille Assy.

1
1 1

Grille Assy
Fig.1

- Removing the Frame (Fig.2) Frame

C
1 Remove the five screws and then remove 1 1
the Frame.

1 1

Fig.2
D

- Removing Chassis (Fig.3)


1 1

1 Remove the eight screws.


1

Disconnect the connector and then remove the


Chassis.
1

E 1 1

1 1

Chassis
Fig.3

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- Removing the Cassette Mechanism Module (Fig.4)


Cassette Mechanism Module A
1 Remove the four screws and then remove
the Cassette Mechanism Module.

1 1

1 1

Fig.4

- Removing the Main Unit (Fig.5)

C
1 Straight the tabs at three locations
indicated.

2 Remove the two screws and then remove


the Main Unit. 2

1 2
D

1 1

Main Unit
Fig.5

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- Removing the Control Unit(G2T) (Fig.6)


1. Remove the eight screws and then remove the Case.
A 2. Apply shorting solder to the PU flexible cable before disconnecting it from the connector.
3. Disconnect the connector.
4. Remove the two screws B.
5. Remove the Control Unit(G2T).
- Removing the CD Mechanism Unit (Fig.6)
1. Remove the two springs A and two springs B.
2. Remove the three screws A and then remove the Bracket Unit.
3. Remove the four Dampers and then remove the CD Mechanism Unit.
Case

Shorting solder

C CD Mechanism Unit

Damper Spring B
Sheet

Damper Spring A

Sheet
D
Spring B

Sheet Control Unit


Spring A (G2T)
Damper
Screw A

Screw A

Sheet Damper Screw B

E Screw B

Fig.6

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- Cautions on replacing the CD mechanism unit


The CD m units available as service parts A
have set in t f y. 1. Keep a CD mechanism unit of the to be
to be serviced as shown below. the n
sure to apply the power to a CD to put it connector of the control unit (G2T) in the product and
into the initial mode, where the carriage mech assy the 50-pin connector of the PCB unit (Side) in the CD
stays at the disc in accordance with the .
following method: 2. the power to the product to move the
CD mechanism until it enters the initial mode and
)
3. When it is confirmed that the CD mechanism stops in

B
GGD1250

3
2

Control Unit(G2T)

- Removing the PU Unit(PX1)


1. Set the mechanism to the shipment mode. E
2. Remove the two screws A and two screws B.
3. Remove the Frame.

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4. Apply shorting solder to the PU flexible cable before


A disconnecting it from the connector CN12.
5. Disconnect the flexible cable from the connector CN12,
and remove the flexible cable Holder.
6. Remove the washer and Arm. (Be careful not to lose
the spring B.)
7. Remove the screw, spring A, and Collar.
8. Remove the Carriage Mech. Assy.

Fig.8

9. Apply shorting solder to the PU flexible cable before


disconnecting it from the Connector.
10. Disconnect the PU flexible cable from the
Connector.
11. Move the PU Unit to the left side slightly by turning
C the Gear.
12. Pull out the spindle motor Support Wheel Unit
upwards to remove it.
13. Remove the Spring.
14. Slide the holder to make it easier to remove the
Screw Unit.
Fig.9

D 15. While pressing the shaft holder in the direction


shown by the black arrow in the right figure, remove
the PU Unit together with the Screw Unit.

Note:
To assemble the PU Unit, insert the Spring on the PU
rear between the PU Unit and the Guide first.

Fig.10

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7.1.2 PCB LOCATIONS

C CONTROL
(G2T)
UNIT

B A MAIN UNIT
KEYBOARD UNIT

G PCB UNIT
C

F PCB UNIT(SIDE)
H PCB UNIT(M2 UNIT)

E
PCB UNIT(LOAD)

D
PCB UNIT(LED)

J
SENSOR UNIT
I
DECK UNIT
F

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7.1.3 CONNECTOR FUNCTION DESCRIPTION

SHIP

B
SUB
ANTENNA

MAIN
ANTENNA

GND NC TX+ TX- ACC BU NC NC NC SLD1 RSR+ RSR- RSL+ RSL- RMUTE ADIM ACC ILL- ANT NC TX- NC NC R- L- GND

SGND R+ R- L+ L- MUTE +B ILL+ AMP NC TX+ NC MUTE R+ L+ SLD


NC NC NC NC NC GND SW1 SW2 TX1+ TX1-

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7.2 PARTS
7.2.1 IC
A
- Pin Functions (PD5732A)
Pin No. Pin Name I/O Function and Operation
1 FMSD I Tuner : FM SD input
2 ST I Tuner : FM stereo indicator input
3 BLIGHT O Back Light ON/OFF output
4 LAMP O Lamp power supply control output
5 LDO O LCD driver : Data output
6 LDI I LCD driver : Data input
7 LCK O LCD driver : Clock output
8 BYTE I Connect to ground
9 CNVSS I Ground
10 LOCL O Tuner : Local L output B
11 PCE2 O Tuner : EEPROM chip enable output
12 reset I Reset Input
13 XOUT O Crystal oscillating element connection terminal
14 VSS GND
15 XIN I Crystal oscillating element connection terminal
16 VDD Power supply terminal
17 nmi I Connect to VDD
18 rck I RDS : Clock input
19 NC Not used
20 cdej I CD EJECT key sense input
21 RX2 I IP-BUS : Data input
22 IPPW O IP-BUS : Driver power supply output C
23 NC Not used
24 NC Not used
25 NC Not used
26 NC Not used
27 DRST O RDS : Decoder reset output
28 NC Not used
29 RX1 I IP-BUS : Data input
30 TX O IP-BUS : Data output
31 PDO O Tuner : PLL IC data output
32 PDI I Tuner : PLL IC data input
33 pck O Tuner : PLL IC clock output
34 PCE1 O Tuner : PLL IC chip select output D
35 BSO O P–BUS : Serial data output
36 BSI I P–BUS : Serial data input
37 BSCK O P-BUS : Serial clock output
38 brxen I/O P-BUS : Reception enable input/output
39 brst O P-BUS : Reset output
40 bsrq O P-BUS : Service request output
41 FMPW O FM power supply control output
42 AMPW O AM power supply control output
43 SYSPWR O System power control output
44 RDT I RDS : Data input
45 SEL1b O Amp output select b output
46 SEL1a O Amp output select a output E
47 INH1 O Amp output inhibit output (Not used)
48 SEL2b O RSE output select b output
49 SEL2a O RSE output select a output
50 INH2 O RSE output inhibit output (Not used)
51 RSEMUTE O RSE mute output
52 sysmute@ O System mute output
53 sysmute O RSE system mute output
54 ANTA O Antenna control output 0 (Not used)
55 SWVDD O Keyboard unit power supply control output
56 LANMUTE I AVC-LAN mute output
57 ADIM I ADIM information input
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Pin No. Pin Name I/O Function and Operation


58 ROMDT I/O ROM correction data input/output (Not used)
A 59 ROMCLK O ROM correction clock output (Not used)
60 TEST I Test mode input
61 ROMCS O ROM correction chip select output (Not used)
62 VCC Power supply terminal
63 ANTB O Antenna control 1 output (Not used)
64 VSS Ground
65 ISEN I Illumination power supply sense input
66 MS I Cassette mechanism : Music search sense input
67 fR O Cassette mechanism : Head forward/reverse select output
68 PLAY O Cassette mechanism : MS gain select output
69 mtl I Cassette mechanism : 70µs equalizer select input
70 NR O Cassette mechanism : Dolby NR ON/OFF select output
B 71 CSLOAD I Cassette mechanism : Tape loading sense input
72 POS I Cassette mechanism : Position sense input
73 asens I ACC power supply sense input
74 csej I Tape eject sense input
75 bsens I Back up power supply sense input
76 ES I Tape end sense input
77 SC2 O Cassette mechanism : Sub motor control 2 output
78 SC1 O Cassette mechanism : Sub motor control 1 output
79 CM O Cassette mechanism : Capstan motor control output
80 stby O Cassette mechanism : Driver stand-by output
81 power I POWER key input
82 ENC1+ I VOL encoder (+) input
C
83 ENC1- I VOL encoder (-) input
84 ENC2+ I AUD encoder (+) input
85 ENC2- I AUD encoder (-) input
86 LCE1 O LCD driver 1 chip enable output
87 NC Not used
88 NC Not used
89 LOFF O LCD driver OFF output
90 rdslk I RDS : LK signal input
91 NC Not used
92 NC I Not used
93 SL I Tuner : Signal level input
94 ILL- I Rheostat signal input
D
95 STSW2 I Steering switch 1 input
96 AVSS A/D converter ground terminal
97 STSW1 I Steering switch 1 input
98 VREF A/D converter reference voltage terminal
99 AVCC A/D converter power supply terminal
100 NC Not used
* PD5732A IC's marked by * are MOS type.
Be careful in handling them because they are
50

31

51 30 very liable to be damaged by electrostatic induction. * S-81256SGUP-DIM

REF
VOL

1
1 2 3
80
GND

VIN

VOUT
81

100

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- Pin Functions (SM5903BFP)


Pin No. Pin Name I/O Function and Operation
1 VDD2 Power supply terminal A
2-6 UC1-UC5 I/O Micro computer interface : Extension input / output
7 NC Not used
8 NTEST I Test input
9 CLK I Clock input (16.9344MHz)
10 VSS Ground terminal
11 YSRDATA I Audio : Serial data input
12 YLRCK I Audio : Serial LR clock input
13 YSCK I Audio : Serial bit clock input
14 ZSCK O Audio : Serial bit clock output
15 ZLRCK O Audio : Serial LR clock output
16 ZSRDATA O Audio : Serial data output
17 YFLAG I RAM over flow flag input from signal processing IC B
18 YFCLK I Frame clock input
19 YBLKCK I Sub code block clock input
20 NRESET I System reset input
21 ZSENSE O Micro computer interface : Status output
22 VDD1 Power supply terminal
23 YDMUTE I Mute input
24 YMLD I Micro computer interface : Latch clock input
25 YMDATA I Micro computer interface : Serial data input
26 YMCLK I Micro computer interface : Shift clock input
27 A10 O D-RAM : Address output
28 NCAS O D-RAM : cas control output
29,30 D2,D3 I/O D-RAM : Data input / output C
31,32 D0,D1 I/O D-RAM : Data input / output
33 NWE O D-RAM : we control output
34 NRAS O D-RAM : ras control output
35-40 A9-A4 O D-RAM : Address output
41-44 A0-A3 O D-RAM : Address output

SM5903BFP S-818A33AUC-BGN

33 23 VIN ON/OFF
22
5 4
34
D

VREF ON/OFF

44 12

1 11
1 2 3
E
VOUT VSS NC

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- Pin Functions (PD5748C)


Pin No. Pin Name I/O Function and Operation
A 1 STSMO O STS test output
2 SPDLFG I Spindle FG pulse input
3 TXTSO O TEXT control parameter serial output
4 TXTSI I TEXT data serial input
5 TXTSCK O TEXT clock output
6 BYTE I VCC connected
7 CNVSS I VSS connected
8 POWER O CD : +5V control output
9 CONT O CD : Servo driver control output
10 reset I Reset input
11 XOUT O Crystal oscillating element connection pin
12 VSS1 GND
B 13 XIN I Crystal oscillating element connection pin
14 VCC Back up 5V
15 nmi I Pull up
16 NC Not used
17 BRST I P–BUS reset input
18 TXTPACK I TEXT PACK interrupt input
19,20 NC O Not used
21 CAMOK I Cam operation sense 1 input
22 CAMLOAD I Cam operation sense 2 input
23 CAMCLMP I Cam operation sense 3 input
24 testin I Test program start input
25 LOCK I CD : LSI spindle lock sense input
C 26 TXTSTB O TEXT parameter output
27 BRXEN I/O P-BUS : Reception enable input/output
28 BSRQ O P-BUS : Serial pole request output
29 BSO O P–BUS : Serial data output
30 BSI I P–BUS : Serial data input
31 BSCK O P–BUS : Clock output
32 NC O Not used
33 XSO O CD : LSI data output
34 XSI I CD : LSI data input
35 XSCK O CD : LSI clock output
36 VDCONT O VD control output
37 LCCONT O LCD drive voltage select output
D 38–44 NC O Not used
45 STSSL O STS IC latch output
46 NC O Not used
47 XAO O CD : LSI data discernment control signal output
48 xstb O CD : LSI strobe output
49 xrst O CD : LSI reset output
50 ccs O Compression IC chip enable output
51 epcs I/O EEPROM detect input , Chip select output
52 FOK I CD : LSI focus OK signal input
53 ELVCONT O ELV drive voltage select output
54–58 NC O Not used
59 STSWAQV O STS test output
E
60 VCC Power supply
61 STSDEC O STS test output
62 VSS2 GND
63 STSENC O STS test output
64 STSSTD O STS test output
65 STSSTC O STS test output
66 STSSTB O STS test output
67 STSSTA O STS test output
68–71 NC O Not used

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Pin No. Pin Name I/O Function and Operation


72 HOME2 I Disc clamp claw sense input
73 SBSY I Sub code synchronous interrupt signal input A
74 CDMUTE O CD : Mute output
75 LO2 O LOAD motor control 2 output
76 LO1 O LOAD motor control 1 output
77 ELV2 O ELV Motor control 2 output
78 ELV1 O ELV Motor control 1 output
79 HOME I Carriage home switch input
80 STS16M I STS DRAM 4M/16M(H) select input
81 LOADSW1 I LOAD operation sense 1 input
82 LOADSW2 I LOAD operation sense 2 input
83,84 NC Not used
85 adena O AVREF enable output
86 CG1 O Cam motor 1 output B
87 CG2 O Cam motor 2 output
88 LOADVOL2 I LOAD voltage sense 2 input
89 LOADPHT I LOAD operation photo sense input
90 LOMMON O Not used
91 ELVSENS I ELV position select input
92 EREFF ELV sense reference voltage
93 TEMP I CD : Temperature sense input
94 AVSS A/D converter ground potential
95 VDIN I CD : Power supply short sensor input
96 VREF I A/D converter reference voltage input
97 AVCC A/D converter ground
98 STSSI I STS IC data input C
99 STSSO O STS IC data output
100 STSSCK O STS IC clock output

* PD5748C
50

26

51 25

75 1
100
76

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BA6849FS * MSM51V17400F6TFT
A

GND 1 24 RNF VCC 1 26 VSS


DRIVER
TSD
DQ1 2 25 DQ4
A3 2 CURRENT 23 VM
GAIN SENSE AMP DQ2 3 24 DQ3
Vcc
CONTROL
A2 3 22 VCC
we 4 23 cas

TL ras 5 22 oe
NC 4 21 FG A0-A10 : Address input
ras : Row address strobe
NC 6 21 A9
cas : Column address strobe input
B A1 5 PS 20 PS DQ1-DQ4 : Data input / output
TORQUE oe : Output enable input
SENSE AMP A10 8 we : Write enable input 19 A8
GND 6 19 EC
VCC : Power supply(3.3V)
HALL AMP
A0 9 VSS : Ground(0V) 18 A7
H1+ 7 Vcc 18 ECR
A1 10 17 A6

H1- 8 17 FR A2 11 16 A5

A3 12 15 A4
R
H2+ 9 D Q SHORT BRAKE 16 SB
VCC 13 14 VSS
CK q
C
H2- 10 15 CNF

H3+ 11 14 NC

H3- 12 Hall Bias 13 VH

BD7962FM
LDCONT1
OP3OUT

IN4FWD

IN4REV

OPOUT
OPIN3-
OUT6+

OUT4+

OUT3+
OUT6-

OUT4-

OUT3-
MUTE

GND1
OPIN-
VCC3

VCC2
BIAS

D
36 35 34 33 32 31 30 29 28 27 26 25 24 23 22 21 20 19
CH4 CH3
CH6 F R
BIAS Vcc3 Vcc2
Control (CH5,CH6) (CH3,CH4)
logic MUTE
+ - LD
CONT1

T.S.D
LEVEL SHIFT LEVEL SHIFT

LEVEL SHIFT LEVEL SHIFT


E
LD
+ - - + CONT2
Control Control
logic logic LD (CH1,CH2)
CONT3 Vcc1
F R R F
CH5 CH1
CH2
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18
GND2

OUT5-

OUT5+

IN5FWD

IN5REV

IN6REV

IN6FWD

LDCONT2

LDCONT3

OPIN1-

OP1OUT

OPIN2-

OP2OUT

VCC1

OUT2-

OUT2+

OUT1-

OUT1+

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- FM/AM Tuner Unit


FM/AM 1ST IF 10.7MHz MPXREF 41kHz
AMRF T51 Q51 CF51 CF52 CF53 AMDET
28
AMANT
ATT L ch
A
IC 2 FM MPX 6
R ch
5
AMIN
20
ANT ADJ IC1 COMP
21
MIXER, IF AMP, DET. LDET
18
FMANT
27 ATT
RFGND
26 FMRF
CF202

AM 2ND IF X901 IC 3
IMG ADJ EEPROM
450kHz 10.25MHz

FMLOCL
AMPNS

AMDET
STIND
SDBW
DGND

FMSD
DI/DO
CREQ
VDD
RF ADJ

VCC

NL1
NL2
CE2

CE1
WC

CK

SL
LOCH LOCL
23 25 7 17 22 10 19 14 24 11 12 15 16 81 32 34 1 9

No. Symbol I/O Explain


B
1 STIND O stereo "Low" when the FM stereo signals are received.
indicator To be pulled up to the "VDD" at 47kΩ.
2 FMSD O FM station "High" when signals are received. To be pulled up to the "VDD" at 47kΩ
detector Meanwhile, 10kΩ should be used when taking diver FIX trigger from here
and "High: 0.9VDD or more" and "Low: 250mV or less".
(Should satisfy the diver IC specifications)
3 NL1 O noise level-1 "High" when noise is received. Output for the RDS. GND at 47kΩ//1,800pF.
4 NL2 O noise level-2 "High" when noise is received. Output for the RDS. GND at 36kΩ//330pF.
5 Rch O R channel FM stereo "R-ch" signal output or AM audio output.
output Add the specified de-emphasis constant.
6 Lch O L channel FM stereo "L-ch" signal output or AM audio output.
output Add the specified de-emphasis constant.
C
7 WC write control EEPROM write control. Writing permissible at "Low". Normally open.
8 SDBW O SD bandwidth SD bandwidth signal output. For detection of detuning data for the RDS.
9 AMDET O AM detector AM detector output. r out < 100Ω
output
10 VDD power
Power supply pin for the digital section.
supply
DC 5V +/- 0.25V. Be careful about overlapping noise in the logic section.
11 DGND digital ground
Grounding for the digital section.
12 CE2 I chip enable-2
EEPROM chip enable. Active a "Low"
To be pulled up to the "VDD" at 47kΩ
13 SL I/O signal level Received FM/AM signal level (strength) output.
Connect the specified load resistor and capacitor (10k Ω+ 39k Ω//4,700pF)
14 DI/DO I/O data input/ Data input/Data output D
data output To be pulled up to the "VDD" at 47kΩ
15 CK I clock Clock input To be pulled up to the "VDD" at 47kΩ
16 CE1 I chip enable-1 AF·RF chip enable. Active at "High"To be grounded at 47kΩ
17 AMPNS O AM PNS IF signal IF signal output for AM PNS circuit.
18 LDET O lock detector Active at "Low". To be pulled up to the "VDD" at 47kΩ
19 CREQ I current request Active at "Low". To be grounded at 47kΩ
20 AMINI AM audio input The frequency response and the level are set by connecting an external CR
network with terminal AMIN as terminal AMDET. r in = 50kΩ
21 COMP O composite signal FM composite signal output. r out < 100Ω
22 VCC power supply Analog section power supply pin.DC 8.4V +/- 0.3V
23 LOCH I local high FM local high pin. When seeking local high, apply 5V together with "LOCL".
24 FMLOCL I FM local low FM local low pin. When seeking local low, apply 5V to the base of the NPN E
transistor with which the specified resistor is being connected to the emitter.
Keep it open in case of ordinary marketed models.
25 LOCL I local low FM/AM local low pin. When seeking local low, apply 5V to the base of the
NPN transistor.Since this pin is exclusive for AM when the FMLOCL is in use,
do not drive it under FM.
26 RFGND RF ground Grounding for the antenna section.
27 FMANT I FM antenna input FM antenna input. 75Ω. Surge absorber (DSP-201M-S00B) is necessary.
28 AMANT I AM antenna input AM antenna input. High impedance.
Connect to the antenna through an L (LAU type) of 4.7µH.To cope with the
power transmission line hums, insert a series circuit consisting of an L
(a coil of about 100mH) + R (a resistor of 470 Ω to 2.2kΩ) between the GND.
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F
COM1
COMMON
SEGMENT

COM2
COM3
COM4
COM1
COM2
COM3
COM4
SEG1
SEG2
SEG3
SEG4
SEG5 E
SEG6
SEG7
SEG8
SEG9
SEG10
SEG11
SEG12
SEG13
SEG14
SEG15
SEG16
SEG17
SEG18
SEG19
SEG20
SEG21
SEG22
SEG23
SEG24
SEG25
SEG26 D
SEG27
SEG28
SEG29
SEG30
SEG31
SEG32
SEG33
SEG34
SEG35
SEG36
SEG37
SEG38
SEG39
SEG40
SEG41
SEG42
SEG43
SEG44
SEG45
SEG46
SEG47
C
SEG48
SEG49
SEG50
SEG51
SEG52
SEG53
SEG54
SEG55
SEG56
SEG57
SEG58
SEG59
SEG60
SEG61
SEG62
SEG63
SEG64
SEG65
COM4
COM3
COM2
B
COM1
COM4
COM3
COM2
COM1
A
- LCD(CAW1700)
7.2.2 DISPLAY
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7.3 EXPLANATION
7.3.1 SYSTEM BLOCK DIAGRAM
A
- System 1
+B, ACC
AVC-LAN
+B, ACC

SPEAKER
L/R
FX-MG8527ZT/UC
AMPLIFIER
FX-MG8727ZT/UC AVC-LAN
PIONEER or B
OTHER MAKERS

- System 2

+B, ACC

SPEAKER
(OPTION)
REAR SEAT
L/R L/R AMPLIFIER C
HEAD L/R FX-MG8527ZT/UC
PHONE AUDIO AVC-LAN FX-MG8727ZT/UC AVC-LAN
PIONEER or
OTHER MAKERS
OTHER MAKERS

- System 3

+B, ACC

D
SPEAKER
L/R
FX-MG8527ZT/UC
AMPLIFIER
FX-MG8727ZT/UC AVC-LAN PIONEER or
OTHER MAKERS
AVC-LAN
L/R

L/R
REMOTE
L/R
RSE ECU CONTROLLER E
DVD-P AVC-LAN AVC-LAN REAR
OTHER
DISPLAY
NTSC OTHER NTSC
MAKERS MAKERS OTHER
MAKERS INFRARED
HEAD
PHONE

L/R EXTENSION L/R HEAD


UNIT
PHONE
OTHER
MAKERS
F

FX-MG8527ZT/UC 97
5 6 7 8
1 2 3 4

7.3.2 OPERATIONAL FLOW CHART

A
Power ON

VCC=5V
Pin 62

VDD=5V
B Pin 16

bsens
Pin 75

BSENS=L

asens
Pin 73
C
ASENS=L
SWVDD←H
Pin 55

IPPW←H
Pin 22

D SYSPWR←H
Pin 43

Source keys
operative

Source ON

E
YES

Completes power-on operation.


(After that, proceed to each source operation)

98 FX-MG8527ZT/UC
1 2 3 4
5 6 7 8

7.4 NOTES ON SERVICING


7.4.1 CLEANING
A

Before shipping out the product, be sure to clean the following portions by using the prescribed cleaning tools:

Portions to be cleaned Cleaning tools


CD pickup lenses Cleaning liquid : GEM1004
Cleaning paper : GED-008

B
Portions to be cleaned Cleaning tools
Cassette heads
Pinch rollers Cleaning paper : GED-008
Capstans

7.4.2 FACTORY SETTINGS

- When the Repair is Complete


C
When the Repair is Complete, make the CD mechanism ready for transportation.

Turning on "Shipment mode"


(to prevent damage during shipment)
-Remove all discs loaded in this product, before disconnecting the power
supply connector .

-Set this product to the "Shipment mode" and


-then disconnect the power supply connector
-before shipping.
D

Setting the "Shipment mode"


-

Switch ACC OFF, and then, while simultaneously pressing the "SEEK UP" (or "TUNE UP" ) and
-

"DISC"buttons, switch ACC ON.


-

- Confirming "Shipment mode" setting


-During Shipment mode setting the CD loading door indicator flashes.
-when shipment mode setting is completed, it stays lit.

-(If the radio unit itself has a display, "SHIP" is indicated.)

-After disconnecting the power supply connector and removing this product,

-confirm that you can see a metal plate through the hole near the "SHIP"

-mark on the rear chassis.

-Confirm that the door of the CD player is closed.

FX-MG8527ZT/UC 99
5 6 7 8
1 2 3 4

8. OPERATIONS
A

- FX-MG8527ZT/UC

- FX-MG8727ZT/UC

100 FX-MG8527ZT/UC
1 2 3 4
5 6 7 8

- RADIO(FX-MG8527ZT/UC)
PRESET CHANNEL MEMORY
PRESET CHANNEL RECALL A

POWER/ MANUAL
VOLUME TUNING

SEEK TUNING AM FM
- CD(FX-MG8527ZT/UC)
RANDOM PLAY CD TEXT
CD EJECT REPEAT REV FF CD LOAD

POWER/
VOLUME

TRACK NUMBER DISC NUMBER CD


SEARCH SEARCH

- CASSETTE(FX-MG8527ZT/UC)
DOLBY B NR DIRECTION CHANGE
REPEAT REW FF

POWER/
VOLUME

F
AUTO PROGRAM EJECT TAPE
SEARCH

FX-MG8527ZT/UC 101
5 6 7 8
K-ZZD.AUG. 2002 Printed in Japan